Our Funders

The work of Action Tutoring could not take place without the fantastic support of our funders. In particular, we are grateful to the following for their support of our work:

Impetus-PEF

Impetus-PEF

Impetus-PEF have been supporting us since May 2014. In addition to financial support, Impetus-PEF provide pro bono expertise and hands on management support. 

Montpelier Foundation

Montpelier Foundation

The Montpelier Foundation are supporting Action Tutoring over a 3 year period, supporting our growth both in London and around the country.

Hibbert Family Foundation

The Hibbert Family Foundation is supporting our overall costs and particularly our expansion outside of London. 

Man Charitable Trust

Man Charitable Trust

The Man Charitable Trust have provided a grant towards our core costs and particularly to support us in employing Programme Coordinators across the country to manage sessions.

UBS

UBS

UBS is supporting the delivery of our work in London schools. 

Wellington Management UK Foundation

Wellington Management UK Foundation

Wellington Management UK Foundation are supporting us with a one year, unrestricted grant. 

Drapers' Charitable Fund

Drapers' Charitable Fund

Drapers' Charitable Fund are supporting the delivery of our programmes in London, and particularly the costs of our London Programme Coordinators.

City Bridge Trust

City Bridge Trust

The City Bridge Trust are supporting us as part of the Stepping Stones fund to increase our capacity to improve our outcomes and to monitor outcomes. 

Vintners' Company

Vintners' Company

Vinters' Company are kindly supporting Action Tutoring's work over a three year period from 2016.

The Walcot Foundation

The Walcot Foundation

The Walcot Foundation is a Lambeth based fund and they are supporting our work in three Lambeth Secondary Schools

Futures for Kids

Futures for Kids

Futures for Kids are providing a grant for 2016-17 towards our London programmes.

NESTA and the Office for Civil Society

NESTA and the Office for Civil Society

NESTA and the Office for Civil Society, through the partnership of the Centre for Social Action Innovation Fund, selected Action Tutoring as one of their five projects to receive funding in 2017 to support further scaling of our work.