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The Queen’s Trust

The Queen’s Trust exists to enable and encourage young people to help others. It supports projects in the United Kingdom.

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The Queen’s Trust

The Queen’s Trust exists to enable and encourage young people to help others. It supports projects in the United Kingdom.

Learn more about how The Queen’s Trust distributes its funds.

Click on the arrows below to hear other stories

The Queen’s Trust

The Queen’s Trust exists to enable and encourage young people to help others. It supports projects in the United Kingdom.

Learn more about how The Queen’s Trust distributes its funds.

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The Queen’s Trust

The Queen’s Trust exists to enable and encourage young people to help others. It supports projects in the United Kingdom.

Learn more about how The Queen’s Trust distributes its funds.

Click on the arrows below to hear other stories.

The Queen’s Trust

The Queen’s Trust exists to enable and encourage young people to help others. It supports projects in the United Kingdom.

Learn more about how The Queen’s Trust distributes its funds.

Click on the arrows below to hear more stories.

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The Queen's Trust @TheQueensTrust 6 Dec

RT @FrontlineSW: Pleased to announce that in the New Year we will be moving to @Coram's new Queen Elizabeth II Centre, opened by HM the Que…

The Queen's Trust @TheQueensTrust 5 Dec

RT @Coram: Our new Queen Elizabeth II Centre would not be possible without the kind and generous support of our wonderful supporters @TheQu

The Queen's Trust @TheQueensTrust 5 Dec

RT @Coram: Her Majesty was greeted on arrival by Isaac, aged 8, who found a loving #adoptive family through Coram. Isaac presented The Quee…

The Queen's Trust @TheQueensTrust 5 Dec

RT @Coram: Today Her Majesty met the oldest surviving pupil from the Foundling Hospital, Edward Newton, age 102, alongside one of the young…

The Queen's Trust @TheQueensTrust 5 Dec

Looking forward to the Opening of the Queen Elizabeth II Centre this morning. @Coram https://t.co/jjsKjEpOZ5

Testimonials

The face of educational inequality is changing. London schools have improved so rapidly over the past ten years that even children in the city’s poorest neighborhoods can expect to do better than the average pupil living outside the capital. It is rural and coastal areas that are now set to benefit the most from an emphasis on raising standards and this is a crucial area of focus for Teach First in the coming years. We’re grateful for the support and commitment of The Queen’s Trust in helping us to give every child access to a great education  — regardless of how much their parents earn or where in the UK they live

 

Brett Wigdortz OBE, Founder, Teach First

Mr Fairbairn [Teach First Teacher] transformed my life, and for that I owe him everything. All I can do to repay him is to use the knowledge he gave me to do something special with my life.

Mohamed, age 18

The support of The Queen’s Trust and St James’s Place elevates our charity to a national level and will have a radical effect on our ambitious plans to extend the reach of our Youth Zones project.

Bill Holroyd, Chairman, OnSide