We are very excited to announce that the David & Elaine Potter Foundation has become the newest foundation to join our family of partners. They have awarded us £20,000 – which will help us continue to provide tuition and mentoring to disadvantaged young people.
About the David and Elaine Potter Foundation
The David and Elaine Potter Foundation is a charitable grant giving foundation established in 1999 to encourage a stronger and fairer society. Since then they have granted over £21 million to registered charities in the UK and abroad.
Speaking about this funding, Chief Executive of The Access Project, Nathan Sansom, said: “Partnerships are absolutely crucial to our ability to expand our programme and grow as an organisation. Our work has never been more needed – and we want to grow to meet the increasing needs of disadvantaged young people following the COVID-19 pandemic. We are extremely grateful to the David and Elaine Potter Foundation for their generous commitment to our work. We are only able to provide disadvantaged young people with this life changing programme thanks to the generosity of foundations like theirs.”