Our mission is to give disadvantaged young Londoners the skills and opportunities to get a decent job, escape the threat of poverty and play a full part in London’s future as the greatest city on Earth.Read More
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Barclays is investing in 3 of our projects and our real-time evaluation carried out by New Philanthropy Capital.
Goldman Sachs has worked with us to develop the Young London Working Project, providing funding and supporting the design of the project from day one.
Berkeley marked the launch of their charitable Foundation with a fundraising evening at Horse Guards Parade in March 2011 from which we were a major beneficiary.
BGC Partners commemorates the employees they lost in the Sept 11 attacks through an annual Charity Day. We have been a beneficiary since 2009.
Borealis Infrastructure is one of our valued corporate supporters.
We are delighted to have been chosen as Cazenove Capital’s Charity of the Year for 2013 and 2014 and are working with them and their staff on fundraising events and volunteering activities.
Clifford Chance are valued supporters with a long term commitment to our work.
Man Charitable Trust have been generous supporters of the Mayor’s Fund for London since our launch in 2009 donating to our project Unlocking Potential.
Santander are a key supporter of our work and Ana Botin, CEO of Santander UK sits on our Board of Trustees.
We are proud to be working with Taylor Wimpey which supports Best You Can Be. Our partnership will allow us to make a significant positive impact on the many schools and thousands of pupils that we support.
Young Londoners Get Creative for New ‘Winter Lights Fest’
September 22nd, 2014
London’s Biggest Breakfast Celebration with the Mayor of London and Magic 105.4
September 17th, 2014
Olympian, Peter Waterfield, swaps water for dry land as he captains his first ever ‘Mayor’s Fund for London’ 100 mile charity cycle ride
August 9th, 2014