Here at WeTransfer, we don't have a department for corporate social responsibility. We feel that it's up to everyone to make stuff, support stuff and do stuff that makes the world that bit better.
Since 2009 we have given away 30% of our page impressions on WeTransfer to showcase artists and organizations whose work we admire. Alongside the many musicians, photographers, designers, filmmakers and more, we've always tried to help people who are on a mission.
We are especially interested in three areas – bringing offline values online and creating a better internet, the fight against climate change and programs that promote diverse voices in all their forms.
Every month, we offer a big blast of 25 million global impressions to introduce one organization, charity or cause to our huge, international audience. Below you can see some of those we've worked with, and if you want to apply for some support, you can email email@example.com.
We also offer longer-term support to people and initaives which use creative thinking to build a world that works better for all of us. Below you can see the two main orgainsations we support on an ongoing basis.
Since 2016 we've worked with world-renowned DJ Gilles Peterson. He set up Worldwide FM as a new sort of music platform, dedicated to diversity and championing voices that can get lost in the commercial noise.
The University of the Underground
Founded by Dr Nelly Ben Hayoun, The University of the Underground is a new type of masters course. Free for students, the unique program uses creative thinking to explore how we can build a better future.
Taking a Stand
In the past few years we have found our voice on the issues we feel strongly about. Whether it's the climate crisis or gun reform, we've launched a series of projects that use creative thinking to take on some of the biggest issues we face.
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