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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 funding that The Queen’s Trust has provided over the past few years has been instrumental in us providing support to young people affected by cancer. Thanks to the grant we have been able to host a weekend of escape where young cancer patients can question cancer experts and share experiences with others their own age. We look forward to building on this over the next year with other events and programmes, reaching more young people and continuing to support them through an incredibly difficult time in their lives

Siobhan Dunn, Chief Executive, Teenage Cancer Trust

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 & Chief Executive, Teach First

The Queen’s Trust has awarded IntoUniversity over £2.5 million to open new learning centres, as well as supporting their existing ones.  IntoUniversity currently operates centres in London, Nottingham, Bristol, Oxford, Brighton, Leeds and Southampton. Together, these centres provide practical help to over 24,500 children and young people.

 

 

 

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

The Queen’s Trust has awarded IntoUniversity over £2.5 million to open new learning centres, as well as supporting their existing ones.  IntoUniversity currently operates centres in London, Nottingham, Bristol, Oxford, Brighton, Leeds and Southampton. Together, these centres provide practical help to over 24,500 children and young people.

 

 

 

The Queen’s Trust has awarded IntoUniversity over £2.5 million to open new learning centres, as well as supporting their existing ones.  IntoUniversity currently operates centres in London, Nottingham, Bristol, Oxford, Brighton, Leeds and Southampton. Together, these centres provide practical help to over 24,500 children and young people.