At Kaizen, we are committed to having a positive impact on the local communities in which we live and work. We support a number of local charities that help homeless people and vulnerable children.

St Mungo’s

St Mungo’s aims to end homelessness and rebuild the lives of homeless people. St Mungo’s teams go out each night to meet people who are homeless and to help them off the streets. With 17 teams they are one of the largest providers of outreach services in the country.

Learn more about St Mungo’s work


Beam was founded in 2016 by Alex Stephany after he became friends with a homeless man who would sit outside his local train station. Determined to help, Alex had the idea to crowdfund for homeless people and by combining talented caseworkers with smart technology, Beam aims to solve tough social problems and provide funding for people to get new jobs and homes.

Learn more about Beam’s work

Magic Breakfast

Magic Breakfast is a charity that works with partner schools across the country to identify pupils at risk of hunger and to ensure that no child is too hungry to learn. They work with over 1,000 Primary, Secondary and ASL/Special Educational Needs schools, plus Pupil Referral Units, offering breakfasts to over 200,000 children each school day. 

Learn more about Magic Breakfast’s work

Employee Matching Scheme

Part of our charitable efforts includes an employee matching programme where we match any charitable contributions made by our employees. We are proud to sponsor the efforts of our staff who have undertaken significant challenges to raise money for charitable causes.


Dorabros, named after the Dorado fish, are four friends — including Kaizen developer James Deehan — brought together by a thirst for adventure and their desire to make a difference. They challenged themselves to complete five incredible challenges to raise much needed funds for Teenage Cancer Trust’s 28 specialist units across the country.

More about our community

To learn more about how we support our local community and our work with charity, please get in touch.

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