We believe that it is unacceptable for anyone to experience abuse of any kind.
We are committed to promoting the welfare and safety of all children, young people and adults at risk.
We've set out to be a charity for everyone. This commitment reflects both our values as a place to work and the vision we are working together to achieve.
It means that we want to be a charity where people feel properly included and able to make a difference.
As part of our commitment to becoming a charity for everyone, we are reporting our pay gap for different diversity dimensions, in addition to gender.
In this latest 2021-22 report, you'll find our pay gap information for gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and disability.
Our objective is to be a charity for everyone. We recognise that we have more work to do to be an anti-racist organisation.
We attract creative, talented and committed people with a wealth of expertise.
Our teams are passionate and talented, and we all work together to make a difference in how we travel and live.Find out more about working for Sustrans
Our executive team of directors embody our charity's values and provide strong leadership with expertise and vision.
We have seven directors for you to meet.Get to know our directors
Our volunteers are what make Sustrans special.
They look after the National Cycle Network. They help local people to walk and cycle.
They improve our green spaces for wildlife. And they inspire young people in schools to get active.
Our volunteers are helping to create a better environment for us all.Find out how you can get involved
We wouldn't be able to do what we do without the support of our donors.
With their help, we can continue to care for the National Cycle Network. And their help means we can work to improve walking and cycling for everyone.See how you can help today