Recent Grants



Major grant. A charity a charity whose aim is to inspire and enable young people to overcome barriers and discover a career in the construction sector.




Major grant. Supporting young people from low-income backgrounds get paid work experience, employability skills training and career guidance.



Major grant. Supporting pupils at Abraham Darby Academy, Telford, who have specific SEMH and behavioural needs to fulfill their potential.


Major grant. A unique pan-livery initiative supporting offender rehabilitation.

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Major grant. Working to create positive futures for young people.

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Regular grant. Maintaining our roots in haberdashery, fashion and textiles through the Haberdashers' Scholarships.




Regular grant. Scholarships for students in need since 1999.

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Regular grant. Supporting the Lord Mayor's Appeal, A Better City for All.


Regular grant. 



Regular grant. The Company supports the School's Future Tutors programme and the two Haberdashers' Prizes annually.









Regular grant. Supporting young people with engineering scholarships.



Regular grant. Maintaining our roots in haberdashery, fashion and textiles through the Haberdashers' Scholarship.

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Regular grant. The Company's Entrepreneur Awards for start-up businesses.

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The Adult Literacy Trust is dedicated to ensuring that individuals who wish to improve their literacy skills receive the help they need to become successful readers.

Small Grant for the Reading Coaches programme, which brings together adult learners and volunteers who provide one-to-one support to build skills and confidence in reading, to help break the cycle of exclusion and poor literacy.


AVP Britain is a charity committed to working towards a resilient, non-violent society through their work in communities and prisons.

Small Grant for distance-learning Facing up to Violence Programme for offenders in prison, which teaches participants the necessary skills to handle conflict non-violently and to build healthier relationships. 


Chapter is a charity dedicated to improving the lives of people experiencing mental ill-health in West Cheshire and the surrounding areas.

Small Grant for the rural version of their Belong and Connect services, which help to improve people's mental health and wellbeing, encourage peer support and reduce social isolation.


Free to Be Kids is a London-based charity that supports children and young people who are struggling with social or emotional difficulties and helping to create lasting change for vulnerable children’s emotional health.

Small Grant for the residential aspect of the Thrive Outside Lewisham Project, focused around re-engaging children with the outdoors, creative play, imagination and therapeutic adventures.


Irish Community Services provides a range of services supporting the Irish community across South London.

Small Grant for their Weekly Socials and Community Online Project for older people.


Lewisham Local started as a social-prescribing project helping individuals to improve their health and wellbeing over 20 years ago and now develops new projects/works with local charities that support the Lewisham community.

Small Grant for FoodCycle Lewisham - a community dining project which brings people, projects and other services together whilst reducing food waste.


Lewisham Youth Theatre nurtures and inspires young people’s voices through free participatory theatre activities, helping them to develop enduring and transferable skills that lead to increased life chances and long term well-being.

Small Grant for Friday Socials drop-in project, a safe space for 11-18 year olds to build self-confidence and develop positive relationships with others of different backgrounds and needs.


London Bubble Theatre aims to increase access to arts and cultural opportunities - making creativity and self-expression something everyone can benefit from and giving voice to those who often go unheard in society.

Small Grant for salary costs of resident artist for Bubble’s Older Adults' Programme.


Shropshire Youth Support Trust offers holistic and bespoke support to young people who are not in education, employment, or training.

Small Grant for a Personal Development Coach for their Connect project - a community space for young, socially excluded young people in Telford & Wrekin and Shropshire.


Southwark Pensioners’ Centre provides services to and brings together disadvantaged and vulnerable older people from diverse backgrounds across Southwark to build social networks, helping to reduce isolation and loneliness and improve physical and mental health.

Small Grant for their Warm Space project - supporting vulnerable older people aged 70 and over who feel alone and isolated post-pandemic and whose difficulties are compounded by the cost of living crisis.


Street Storage is an award-winning UK charity providing those experiencing homelessness with free, accessible and safe storage for their belongings.

Small Grant towards a Referral Manager/Outreach Worker.



Team Up work to reduce the widening attainment gap in education by helping underachieving disadvantaged pupils aged 9 to 16, through a tuition programme delivered by volunteer tutors outside school hours with the support of qualified teachers and facilitators.

Small Grant towards 20 Southwark boys from BAME communities being tutored by trained volunteer tutors.


Telegraph Hill PlayClub is a free, inclusive, community-run play club in South East London, which provides free educational and play sessions to for 0-5 year olds and their parents/carers in the local area and beyond.

Small Grant for improving PlayClub's outdoor facilities


The Ben Kinsella Trust is one of the leading anti-knife crime charities in the UK, who work to prevent knife crime through educating young people about its dangers and helping them to make positive choices to stay safe.

Small Grant for six knife crime prevention workshops.


The Dot Collective provides innovative theatre of a high, professional standard that is accessible and cognitively stimulating for those living in care, particularly those living with dementia.

Small Grant for accessible theatre production and creative workshops for those living with dementia, their carers and young people with profound and multiple learning difficulties.


Somerville is a communinty-led adventure playground and youth service which has provided an essentiial safe space for school-aged children from the deprived urban areas around New Cross and Peckham in South East London for over 40 years.

Small Grant for Youth Workers.


Time & Talents has been supporting local people of all ages and bringing people together for mutual support, fun and friendship for 135 years, through a wide range of activities, volunteering and schools’ outreach projects.

Small Grant for their Get Active programme, which provides all-age adult befriending with a focus on increasing wellbeing through physical activity.


Young Leicestershire is the biggest provider of open-access clubs for young people in Leicester and Leicestershire. They work to provide young people with the widest possible range of positive activities through leading and supporting voluntary-sector services.

Small Grant for their weekly Young Carers Group