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Corporate Social Responsibility

At OrthoLink we are committed to behaving in a green and socially responsible manner through our various endeavours. These endeavours include our strict office recycling policy, sponsoring local athletic not-for-profit organisations and sponsoring charities which focus on improving education and alleviating poverty in economically deprived parts of the world. Below you can find out more about our corporate citizenship initiatives.

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MASH Foundation Trust
OrthoLink (Scotland) are delighted to sponsor the MASH Foundation Trust. OrthoLink recognise the importance of education and unfortunately for many children around the world access to educational resources is extremely limited, or in some cases non-existent. This is why we're supporting the MASH Foundation Trust to improve the level and quality of education available to children living in abject poverty in North Africa. So what is the MASH Foundation Trust? The MASH Foundation Trust is a charitable organisation based in Nairobi, Kenya. They seek to empower, educate and support communities, orphans and vulnerable children in Africa. They also strive to provide social assistance, health related information and financial support to eradicate poverty and improve living conditions of African communities.




To find out more about how the MASH Foundation Trust is making a difference or to support them yourself click the following link: http//www.mashfoundationtrust.org/


City of Edinburgh Running Festival
Our Managing Director Jim Malcolm has been involved with Scottish Athletics for many years either as a participant or more recently a sponsor and supporter. We've been sponsoring CERF for three years now as it provides a good foundation to raise the profile of athletics here in Scotland whilst encouraging children to be involved too. We have a race named after our company (110m sprint) where the winner of the race receives a £3000 prize courtesy of OrthoLink.