We are proud to partner with businesses and grant making organisations to align their support to their local area and bespoke projects which allow them to see the greatest impact on young girls’ educational opportunities.
Their support helps the GDST to give talented girls from all backgrounds the life-changing opportunity to secure the future they choose for themselves, not the one they inherit.
Our long-standing relationship with HSBC takes several forms:
HSBC has set out a series of commitments to contribute to the global transition to a low-carbon economy as well as pledging long-term support to help people acquire the skills and knowledge needed to thrive in the future economy. And through partnerships with customers, NGOs and other key stakeholders, they are encouraging responsible business in global supply chains.
John Lyon’s Charity gives grants to benefit children and young people up to the age of 25 who live in nine boroughs in central and northwest London. Since 1992 it has awarded over £68 million to groups working to provide a wide range of opportunities for children and young people through education.
For more information, visit the John Lyon’s Charity website.
Over the last 50 years the Garfield Weston Foundation has supported a wide range of organisations and charitable activities across the UK.
The Garfield Weston Foundation is generously supporting bursaries at the GDST. This funding is being used to support seven girls who entered GDST senior schools in 2017 throughout their seven years at a GDST school.
For more information, visit the Garfield Weston Foundation website.
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