Independent Evaluation

As part of our commitment to independent evidence, we have commissioned New Philanthropy Capital to carry out an independent evaluation of our work as a Fund. Here’s what they said about us.

“The Fund is applying its principles well.”

“The Fund is meeting its mission.”

“The Fund’s model represents good value.”

“The Fund is creating value through its projects.”

“The value can be attributed to its principles.”

View the summary report here.

If you would like more information, please contact us on 020 7983 4051

Our Projects


City Pitch gives young Londoners the opportunity to present their community project proposals to their peers and a panel of experts, and pitch for a share of the funding pot.

City Pitch
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The Youth Board provides us with a unique sounding board to discuss the development of our programme with the young Londoners we represent, and the opportunity for its members to develop their leadership skills.

Youth Board

Step Up provides intensive academic support to enable year 7 children to make the sometimes difficult transition to secondary school.

Step Up

Working across primary and secondary schools in disadvantaged areas that have higher than average recorded youth crime, Theatre of Law uses drama to engage young people in the law. The project also educates young people about their role in society and...

Theatre of Law

Count On Us provides extra-curricular opportunities for children to increase engagement in mathematics and aims to make maths fun and improve confidence towards learning maths as well as academic attainment.

Count on Us
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Be the Best You Can Be helps young Londoners discover their unique potential and empower them to live, work and succeed in London.

Be the Best you can Be! London

Tech Up Nation equips youngsters local to the Old St area with a digital apprenticeship and City & Guilds NVQ bespoke to the industry.

Tech Up Nation
Breakfast Club

Breakfast Clubs delivers healthy breakfast to primary schools with more than 40% free school meals. Hunger is a barrier to eduction and giving these children a good start to their day is critical to ensuring they reach their full potential at school.

Breakfast Clubs

Inspiring Reading places volunteers into schools to support children who are struggling with their reading. Inspring these children to read is critical element in giving young Londoners the skills and opportunities to get a decent job and escape the threat...

Inspiring Reading
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In London, 1 in 8 of all jobs are now in the creative industires. Creativity Works aims to develop specific skills and 'on the job' experiences for young Londoners and provide them with job and training opportunities in the creative industries.

Creativity Works
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Young London Working is a single, central employment hub connecting young people with employers. This is a ground-breaking initiative developed in partnership with Goldman Sachs.

Young London Working

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