Our Supporters

  • Anguish’s Educational Foundation

    Anguish's Educational Foundation are generously supporting the Norfolk Scholars Programme.

  • ARM

    Cambridge-based company, ARM, designs the technology that lies at the heart of advanced digital products. They are generously supporting two of our Scholars for two years and funding two of our Inspiring Excellence Programme courses in Computer Science. ARM are also funding the 2020 STEM Scholars Programme (Bedford and Peterborough).

  • AVEVA

    AVEVA is a leader in engineering design and information management solutions for the plant, power and marine industries. For more than 45 years it has delivered business critical software solutions to owner operators, engineering contractors and shipbuilders around the world. AVEVA is generously sponsoring two Inspiring Excellence courses.

  • Brightside

    We continue to work with Brightside to develop our Online Hub where Scholars can talk to their E-Mentor, find useful study information and share their ideas and work. The hub also helps us with administrating the programme.

  • CHK Charities

    CHK Charities is a general grant-making trust in the UK, deriving from the wish of Sir Cyril Kleinwort and his descendants, who constitute the members of the company, to devote some of their time and resources to charitable activities. They are generously supporting our Scholars Programme to maximise the potential of able young people from a disadvantaged background.

  • Downing College

    In partnership with Downing College, Cambridge, we are working towards removing the barriers to academic success for high ability A-level students from less advantaged backgrounds in Plymouth, Devon. The programme aims to develop the students’ self-esteem, aspirations, study, life skills, and attainment to enable them to gain a place at a top university.

  • Duchy of Lancaster Benevolent Fund, The

    The Benevolent Fund is a Registered Charity established in 1993 with The Queen's consent to benefit a wide range of causes throughout the County Palatine of Lancaster – in effect, the three counties of Lancashire, Greater Manchester & Merseyside. The Fund's current practice in Lancashire is to make one-off grants to help with specific needs of individuals, organisations and voluntary groups throughout the community for purposes for which statutory funding is not available. For example grants to groups and organisations may be made for the provision of equipment or the refurbishment of premises but are not normally given to support running costs.

  • Dulverton Trust, The

    The Dulverton Trust was established by Deed in 1949 by the 1st Lord Dulverton, to support charities that help disadvantaged children and young people. The Trust is generously supporting our Norfolk Scholars Programme for three years, helping us raise the aspirations of young people in Norfolk and encouraging them to reach their full potential.

  • Emma Campbell Trust, The

    The Emma Campbell Trust aims to support young people to fulfil their potential. They are kindly supporting our Shaping Your Future programme which provides our recent alumni with Career Mentors to help them thrive in their ideal careers.

  • Emmanuel College

    In partnership with Emmanuel College, Cambridge, we are working towards removing the barriers to academic success for high ability A-level students from less advantaged backgrounds in the Thurrock area of Essex. The programme aims to develop the students’ self-esteem, aspirations, study, life skills, and attainment to enable them to gain a place at a top university.

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