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Amazon at the Magic Breakfast, Willow Primary School Tottenham London N17 Teaching Assistant Rita Adu-Gyamf with Emily Carey and pupils with Amazon Kindles

Inspiring thousands of future innovators with our ‘Camp Amazon’ STEM workshops during British Science Week

Over 1,200 school children are taking part in our Camp Amazon STEM Workshops, held in partnership with British Science Association during British Science Week, to help inspire the next generation of innovators

Cancer fighting charities take centre stage on World Cancer Day

Amazon has donated over £160,000 for cancer research and support, thanks to customers shopping through AmazonSmile

A season of smiles: supporting families this Christmas with Home-Start

Home-Start is a national charity that helps families with young children deal with the challenges they face.

Amazon voted Baby Retailer of the Year at the Mother & Baby Awards

Amazon won the award for Baby Retailer of the Year for the fourth year in a row

Amazon signs Care Leaver Covenant

Amazon sign on to scheme to help care leavers develop their careers

Want to support the British Heart Foundation? Just ask Alexa

The British Heart Foundation has become the first UK charity to collect furniture, electrical items or donations through Amazon Alexa, to help the charity raise funds for pioneering research into heart and circulatory conditions such as coronary heart disease, stroke, vascular dementia and their risk factors like diabetes.

Amazon employees help fuel the next generation in India

The employees joined our fight against malnutrition and classroom hunger with The Akshaya Patra Foundation

Congratulations to John Dougherty and Laura Hughes: Winners of Oscar’s Book Prize 2018

John Dougherty and Laura Hughes announced as winner of Oscar’s Book Prize 2018 for children's book “There’s A Pig Up My Nose”.

Shining a spotlight on women in tech with the DevelopHER Awards

Our Cambridge Development Centre team are delighted to be supporting the DevelopHER Awards, an annual not for profit awards ceremony recognising women who work in the technology sector in East Anglia.

Meet Olivia and Charlotte: Two Cambridge students selected for our Women in Innovation Bursary

The Amazon Women in Innovation Bursary offers funding of between £3,500 and £7,500 per year to a female student attending one of the three universities neighbouring our three UK Development Centres in Cambridge, Edinburgh and London.
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