Long-term charity partners

The Foundation provides multi-year funding to eight charity partners.

Long Term Charity Partners

Our Funded Charity Partners

This longer-term funding gives us the opportunity to work together with our charity partners who, in turn, support their communities and young people. Find out more about our long-term charity partners below.

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    Foundation grants to Barnardo’s support Bernardo's Works its employability programme for long-term unemployed young people across Scotland. The programme includes ‘Financial Fitness’, aimed at helping young people learn more about managing their personal finances.

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    FARE Scotland

    FARE is a Glasgow based charity supporting vulnerable people and communities across Glasgow and West Central Scotland. Foundation grant funding supports services for young people to access training and employment.

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    The Prince's Trust

    The Prince’s Trust believes that every young person should have the chance to succeed, no matter what their background or the challenges they are facing. We help those from disadvantaged communities and those facing the greatest adversity by supporting them to build the confidence and skills to live, learn and earn.

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    London Screen Academy

    Previously a charity distributing the Hymans Robertson Foundation’s bursary to young people in London, the London Screen Academy is now a three-year funded charity partner. The Foundation is supporting the LSA’s work with neuro-diverse young people.

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    St Basils

    St Basils works with young people aged 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, to enable them to find and keep a home, develop their skills, and increase work and education opportunities. Foundation support funds an Employability Coordinator who helps connect young people and interested local employers, to achieve sustainable jobs for the future. The Foundations shares the Prince’s Trust’s ambition to support vulnerable young people across the UK. The Foundation financially supports the Trusts’ schools based Achieve programme in Glasgow. This programme helps young people who are at risk of underachieving at school or college to engage with and succeed in education. 

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    Works+ is an employability charity in the Scottish Borders. Foundation grant funding enables Works+ to provide a range of projects to help young people to secure training, learning and employment, as well as building confidence and supporting well-being.

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    Lifelink provides one-to-one counselling sessions and interactive online well-being classes focused around developing life skills, to young people supported by the Foundation’s charity partner network, and the staff employed by those charity partners in delivering services to their clients.

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    MyBnk is a charity specialising in creating and delivering high impact financial education programmes to 7- to 25-year-olds. The Foundation supports MyBnk to deliver its Money Works programme in Scotland and Birmingham, teaching young people aged 16 to 25 about independent living, digital finance skills and debt prioritisation.


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