- Amazon plays host to first ever LGBT+ Leaders STEM conference
- Friendships for life: A group of strangers who all found positivity at work
- Amazon named a Top 10 Inclusive Employer by British LGBT+ Awards
- Return to work after a career break with the AWS Returners Programme
- 1,808 UK charities receive Amazon product donations in 2019 through In Kind Direct
In 2019, Amazon donated over £1 million to In Kind Direct – a charity which distributes new products donated by businesses to UK charitable organisations.
Our place in the Top 10 recognises our long-term commitment to supporting members of the LGBT+ communities among our employees and customers.
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