Our charitable giving within the Young sector mainly falls under 2 categories:

– Access to education for people who least have access to them. In the past this was normally in the form of bursaries for individual children to access education in independent schools, we currently support 7 students. However, over the past few years our support has extended to schemes such as Teach First, a national educational charity and London Academy of Excellence in Stratford, these grants produce a benefit which has a much further reach.

– Bursaries for pupils to encourage involvement in the community through sporting activities, artistic and musical performances and workshops for the benefit of those with special needs and those who would otherwise have no opportunity to participate in such activities. One of our current projects is Jamie’s Farm which gives children from disadvantaged background an insight to how a farm works.

Teach First

Teach First is working towards a day when no child’s educational success is limited by their socioeconomic background.

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Jamie’s Farm

Take a look at Jaime's farm a charity transforming the lives of vulnerable inner-city children on the verge of exclusion

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School Bursaries

The ICF is committed to widening access to high quality education by granting bursaries at a number of independent schoo

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London Academy

The aim of London Academy of Excellence is to provide an academic sixth form education (focussing on Russell Group facil

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