Why partner with us?

Trusts, Foundations and Major Donors can support the work of The Access Project in:

  • Reaching high achieving students from areas of low participation in higher education
  • Raising attainment at KS4 and KS5
  • Providing a sustained, in-depth presence in schools through our University Access Officers
  • Supporting students to develop university learning skills and self-efficacy.

Your support could have a real impact on the lives of under-resourced but high achieving students who are becoming role models in their schools and across communities.

There are a range of options for the support of our work.

A level results day 2023

Investing in our delivery

Enhancing knowledge, motivation, independence and self-efficacy for higher attainment at GCSE and A level, leading to successful applications and firm offers to a top third university.

University of York visit 2024

Funding growth in our regions

Sponsoring our schools’ partnership team in organising events for our programme with new school partners and supporting the growth of our school partnerships.

University of Leeds visit 2024

Enhancing our student voice

Supporting our research and policy work, student surveys, focus groups, and amplifying the voices of our community at key times, including A level and GCSE results days.

Our partnerships

We are very grateful to our Trust and Major Donor partners for their support.

Our current partners
  • 29th May 1961 Charity
  • Adobe Employee Community Fund
  • The Considered Ask
  • David and Elaine Potter Foundation
  • Dulverton Trust
  • The Drapers’ Company
  • Edward Cadbury Charitable Trust
  • Ironmongers’ Company
  • The Lennox Hannay Charitable Trust
  • London Stock Exchange Group Foundation
  • Monday Charitable Trust
  • Newby Trust
  • Strand Parishes Trust
  • Tuixen Foundation

If you are a Trust, Foundation or Major Donor interested in partnering with us, please email partnerships@theaccessproject.org.uk and we would be delighted to set up a meeting.