Education & Young People
Access Project - £15,000
Provides academic and mentoring support to enable disadvantaged young people to improve their life chances by accessing a top-third university.

Action Tutoring - £50,000
Two years’ continuation funding to support disadvantaged pupils in London, through voluntary tutors, to improve their academic attainment, particularly in GCSE English and Maths.

Amber Foundation - £11,500
Towards the running costs of a residential programme for disadvantaged young people from London.

Bloomfield Learning Centre - £10,000
Towards a programme helping severely dyslexic and economically disadvantaged children in inner city London from primary age upwards to learn to read. 

Bonny Downs Community Association - £15,000
Towards the Stepping Up programme to increase the skills, confidence and employability of disadvantaged young people in Newham through providing opportunities for training, mentoring, qualifications and work experience.

Cambridge House - £20,000
Towards the Stand Up project supporting severely disadvantaged young people in Lambeth and Southwark towards employment, education or training.

Chance UK - £18,000
Towards early intervention mentoring to primary school children with behavioural difficulties who are excluded from school or at risk of being excluded.

City Gateway - £15,000
Towards the Apprenticeship Support Programme which deals with the barriers and obstacles that young people have to sustaining long-term employment.

City & Guilds of London Arts School - £25,000
Towards a programme of studio refurbishments, the first phase of a masterplan to renovate the Georgian terrace buildings which house the School.

City Year UK - £15,000
Towards a one-year full-time volunteering programme in disadvantaged schools across London for 18-25 year olds who act as mentors, tutors and role models transforming the lives of underachieving pupils and the volunteers.
Classics for All - £10,000
To create a south London hub to offer Continued Professional Development for 20 teachers in 10 state schools to embed Classics in the schools’ curriculums and thus develop pupils’ literacy skills, cultural and historical understanding.
Cockpit Arts - £32,400
Two year funding towards the Apprenticeship Programme in Business Administration for 16-24 year old non-graduates to provide a career route into the craft sector.

CVQO - £10,000
To develop a schools partnership project in Croydon, focusing on disadvantaged and disengaged learners, to improve their prospects in education and employment through vocational qualifications.

Dallaglio Foundation - £15,000
Towards RugbyWorks a year-long skills development programme for disadvantaged 14-17 year olds from chaotic backgrounds who have been excluded from mainstream education and are in an Alternative Provision school.

Debate Mate - £10,000
To set up a programme of after school debating clubs for 9 – 15 year olds in five inner-city London schools.
Drive Forward Foundation - £68,117
Three years’ continuation funding towards the salary of an Outreach Co-ordinator to recruit care leavers to the programme and improve the effectiveness of local Hubs in helping young people leaving the care system in London find sustainable careers.

Doorstep Library Network - £20,000
Towards Doorstep Library projects on deprived estates in Hammersmith and Fulham to improve  reading skills and academic performance of primary age children.

Fitzrovia Youth in Action - £10,000
Enabling disadvantaged young people from inner city Londonto achieve their potential through a combination of engagement, volunteering and employability programmes.

Hackney Pirates - £15,000
Towards a programme developing literacy, confidence and perseverance in disadvantaged young people in Hackney aged 9 – 12 so that they can achieve in school and beyond.

Harrow Club - £15,000
Towards personal development programmes and youth work at the club in Kensington and Chelsea and its three satellite youth clubs in Hammersmith and Fulham.
IntoUniversity - £105,000
Three year funding towards the East London cluster of local learning centres providing academic support, mentoring and the FOCUS programme to raise academic attainment and aspiations of disadvantaged young people.

Just for Kids Law - £15,000
Towards the Youth Opportunities Project which supports vulnerable children and young people with multiple and complex needs across London into education, employment or training through a tailored one-to-one package of support including employment advice, work placements and life skills.

Ladies who L-EARN - £15,000
To empower young, marginalised, unemployed women in Tower Hamlets and Hackney, largely from BAME backgrounds, with the confidence, networks and skills needed to lead independent lives.
Leap Confronting Conflict - £15,000
Towards Improving Prospects programme offering vulnerable and socially excluded young people in Greater London, the opportunity to manage conflict in their lives and progress into education, employment or training.

London Youth - £75,000
Towards three years core funding to help young people across all London boroughs to achieve their potential through supporting a network of 400 quality assured member youth organisations; activities at two residential centres; and delivering social action, sports development, employability and outdoor education projects.
London Youth Support Trust - £75,000
Towards three years continuation funding to provide low cost premises to young, unemployed entrepreneurs, with on-site advice, support and mentoring at four enterprise centres in areas of high deprivation in London.
MyBnk - £10,180
Towards the Money Twist programme to support disadvantaged young people in London to improve their financial education and personal money management skills.
New Horizon Youth Centre - £60,000
Towards three years’ running costs of the Creating Positive Futures work programme which prepares disadvantaged and vulnerable young people for realistic education, employment and training opportunities at its centre in Kings Cross, London.

OnSide Youth Zones - £20,000
Towards the Barking and Dagenham Youth Zone a youth centre offering affordable, safe and inspiring places to raise the aspirations and develop the skills of young people. 

Open City Architecture - £16,000
Towards Accelerate into University! early-intervention education and mentoring programme improving access to higher education across the built environment professions for fifty disadvantaged young Londoners.
Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust - £18,000
Towards the core costs of the Apprenticeship Scheme to provide unemployed young people from disadvantaged backgrounds with an entry level route into the craft sector and other Royal Warrant holding companies. 

Raleigh International - £15,000
Towards the Youth Partnership Programme which engages vulnerable or disadvantaged young people, and inspires them to discover their potential through experiential learning and volunteering across the UK and in remote and marginalised communities overseas.

ReachOut - £15,000
Towards a programme in secondary schools in London to raise aspirations, self-confidence and academic attainment through one-to-one academic and personal skills mentoring.
Real Action - £20,000
Towards the Butterfly Saturday Reading Programme, a literacy programme for children from a deprived inner-city
community in north Westminster. 

Resurgo Trust - £15,000
Towards Spear, a year-long programme that equips 16-24 year olds from disadvantaged backgrounds who are not in education, employment or training with the employment and social skills to find long-term employment.

The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry - £43,000
Towards an independent external evaluation of the Foundation’s  approach, programmes and impact in order to inform future strategy.

School-Home Support - £90,000
Towards three years continuation funding of school-based practitioners working with schools, local authorities and other children’s services to provide personalised support to children and families, tackling the underlying barriers to a successful education to improve the life chances of children.
Skill Force - £10,000
Towards a programme in five London schools inspiring young people to succeed, working in partnership with schools using the skills of ex-Service personnel.
SpringBoard Bursary Foundation - £15,000
To provide full bursaries in boarding schools for children from disadvantaged backgrounds and deprived communities to increase social mobility and improve aspiration and educational opportunities. 

Street League - £15,000
Towards the football and employability training academy in Brixton working to get NEETs into employment, education or training. 

Streetscape - £60,000
Three years’ continuation funding towards apprenticeships, personal skills development and onward employment in landscape gardening for long-term unemployed 18-25 year olds.

Tall Ships Youth Trust - £10,000
To provide bursaries for 40 young people from London, who are not in employment, education or training, to participate in voyages in sail training ships.

Team Up - £15,000
To provide out-of-school tuition and enrichment workshops to disadvantaged children in three secondary schools in Hackney and Newham.
Teens & Toddlers - £60,000
Towards three years’ running costs of a programme to help disadvantaged young people to re-engage with their schooling, raise their self-esteem and give them key life and work.

TLG The Education Charity - £14,245
To launch 12 Early Intervention centres in Greater London to improve behaviour and raise the attainment of primary school children.

The Springboard Charity - £15,000
Towards Hospitality Futures an employment-mentoring programme for disadvantaged young people to help them to overcome barriers to employment and gain employment within the hospitality, leisure and tourism industry.

ThinkForward UK - £20,000
Towards the cost of a long-term coaching programme ensuring disadvantaged young people in London make a successful transition from education to employment. 
Working with Men - £10,000
Towards the Amberley Youth Project in Westminster which offers disadvantaged young men a variety of activities and opportunities to develop skills, gain qualifications and raise their aspirations.