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Pragmatic Play, the major multi-product provider to the iGaming industry, has donated £10,000 to the Gibraltar Samaritans to help fund its Wellbeing in the Workplace initiative.

The work done by the Gibraltar Samaritans through the programme includes the Wellbeing in the Workplace awards, as well as a newly launched Workplace Wellbeing Champion Training. This training will be offered to companies and organisations to help them understand the value and importance of having a Wellbeing Champion. Bringing wellbeing expertise into the workplace, the training is designed to enable openness and support for those who may be struggling with their mental wellbeing.

It becomes the latest donation for Pragmatic Play in Gibraltar, following recent contributions to the Alameda Wildlife Conservation Park, as well as the Red Cross Ukraine Appeal, as the company continues to focus on supporting key causes in its hub locations.

Julian Jarvis, CEO at Pragmatic Play, said: “The Gibraltar Samaritans do great work, and their Wellbeing in the Workplace initiatives are an important cause we are very proud to support, with work being an environment where people should feel safe, secure, and supported.

“Our CSR commitments are extremely important to us, and our support for charities and institutions doing valuable work in our home locations is unwavering.”