5 Million Futures

Our purpose in action

What is 5 Million Futures?

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5 Million Futures (5MF) is the Deloitte North and South Europe (NSE) social impact strategy, aiming to help five million people get to where they want to be through access to education and employment. 5MF seeks to address inequality by overcoming barriers to education and employment, empowering individuals with the skills needed to succeed in today’s economy.

Focused on inclusion and aligned to the UN’s Sustainable Development goals, 5MF is part of Deloitte’s Global WorldClass commitment to empower 100 million people by 2030. This is one of the ways we are bringing the firm’s purpose to life by making an impact that matters.

Read more about Deloitte's purpose.

How we are making a difference

At Deloitte, we believe we make the greatest societal impact when our professionals use their skills and expertise to help people. So that's what we do. Connecting with over 70 schools, charities and social enterprises across the country, we support a broad range of societal partners, providing pro bono, volunteering and fundraising. All of our people are given 3.5 hours per month to volunteer through our Deloitte Volunteer Hub.

One of the ways we are supporting the charity sector is through our Deloitte Digital Connect programme which aims to help charities close the digital divide. Delivered in collaboration with CAST, a charity helping organisations use digital for social good, Digital Connect brings together up to 50 charities, including Deloitte’s existing 5 Million Futures charity partners and connect them with expertise, advice, and a network to support their digital development.

Find out more about how we are making a difference by exploring our 5 Million Futures stories. Follow the conversation on Twitter.

Read the Deloitte Commitment to Responsible Business Practice Statement.

Read about the Deloitte UK Black Action Plan.

Stories of our impact


Supporting the UK's most disadvantaged women to reach their potential


Daniel, student from Ada College, is now an Analyst at Deloitte UK thanks to #DigitalSkills


Digital skills training for people with learning difficulties and autism


“Pride means being unabashedly who you are”


Put your mind to it


What a difference a month makes


The big catch up in education


How do you start a movement?


Can a business make money and do good at the same time?


Supporting headteachers through Impact Labs


Sharnelle's story

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