The KPMG Foundation supports the most deprived children in the UK to maximise their potential.
The KPMG Foundation has been supporting the most deprived children in the UK since 2001, giving over £10 million to 68 charitable projects.
The programmes supported by the Foundation have clear systemic objectives to improve outcomes and reduce long term costs to the public purse. They aim to ensure our most vulnerable children and young people can achieve their maximum potential and lead fulfilling lives.
The Trustees apply their expertise to improve outcomes in the following areas:
Care of the most disadvantaged children and young people, in particular those:
Unlocking the potential of the most disadvantaged children and young people in particular to improve:
Outcomes for looked after children in the UK are poor. Academically they underperform and are over represented as teenage parents, in the criminal justice system and as unemployed. There is a wealth of effective local, national and international practice showing that early intervention, applied well, is cost effective and has the most chance of success.
Our Trustees are committed to doing the best they can to improve outcomes for these vulnerable young people.
An overview of some of the programmes supported are:
The KPMG Foundation Impact Report - Identifying the key impact of some of the Foundation’s work, including Every Child a Reader, and Every Child Counts.
The KPMG Foundation pro-actively seeks projects to support and does not accept any unsolicited applications.
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For more information on the KPMG Foundation, please contact: Director - Jo Clunie email@example.com