Charity News

We are delighted to announce the winners of the 2019 Haberdashers’ Company prizes for outstanding medical students. Left to right: Dr Martin Carrier, Helen Strauss, First Warden Caroline Davis, Dr Miguel Sequeira Campos and Dr Sam Thenabadu.


The awards are made every year to exceptional students from both Guy’s, King’s and St. Thomas’s School of Medicine and Dentistry and St Bartholomew’s and the Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry.

Dr Miguel Sequeira Campos (... Read More

The Haberdashers’ Company is delighted to announce the recipients of the 2019-20 Haberdashers’ Opera Scholarship and Haberdashers’ Music Scholarships at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. These prestigious scholarships are awarded to students in financial need who show great talent and potential.


Ella de Jongh Jacob Parker Max Pemberton... Read More

The Haberdashers' Company/Cockpit Arts Award is now open for applications. Open to makers working in knit to assist them to set up in business, the award comprises business support as well as subsidised studio space for one year. Deadline: 8 October 2019.



About the Award

Applications are invited for the Haberdashers’/Cockpit Arts Award which aims to assist makers working in knit to start up and develop... Read More

On Monday 10th June the UEL/Haberdashers'  Entrepreneur Award Ceremony was held at Haberdashers' Hall. The awards are a partnership between the Haberdashers' Company and the University of East London designed to give businesses owned by UEL students and alumni a financial boost to encourage growth.


2019 award winners pictured with the Master and representatives from UEL


The programme has been running for over 10 years and has supported more than... Read More


The Haberdashers’ Company is delighted to announce a funding award to the Smallpeice Trust for the Arkwright Engineering Scholarships 2019. The photo below shows the Haberdasher Arkwright Engineering Scholars from 2018, with Engineering Mentor Andrew Tarpey, Liveryman. 


Award Winners 2018. Left to right: Andrew Tarpey, Liveryman and... Read More