Thanks to the generosity of committed individuals, foundations and trusts, the Church of England Foundation for Educational Leadership raised £1,085,000 during its first year of operation. This voluntary income allows us to develop content and delivery methods for courses, provide facilitated peer support networks and conduct rigorous research.
We are especially grateful to Allchurches Trust Ltd who gave the Foundation the largest grant in its history.
Principal Supporter: Allchurches Trust Ltd
- The Atlanta Charitable Trust
- The Barbour Foundation
- The Cathedrals Group
- Culham St Gabriel's
- The Facet Trust
- The Garfield Weston Foundation
- The Golden Bottle Trust
- The Hobson Charity
- Sir Jeremiah Colman Gift Trust
- The Jerusalem Trust
- The John Booth Charitable Foundation
- Nigel McNair Scott
- The Number 1 Trust
- William Salomon
In addition to this generous giving, the Foundation is grateful to its Member body, the National Society, for a pump-priming grant of £500,000.
To receive further information about how you can support the Foundation’s work, please contact the Director of Development at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0207 898 1529
Development Committee Members:
- The Very Reverend Dr John Hall (Chair) – The Dean of Westminster
- Dr Mark Chater – Director, Culham St. Gabriel's
- Edward Wild - Director, Wild Search
“The Allchurches Trust is absolutely committed to supporting schools and colleges as they nurture young people – particularly those from areas of social and economic deprivation. We know that a school with strong leadership can be transformational for a young person’s life, and that’s why we are pleased to be supporting the Church of England Foundation for Educational Leadership as Principal Supporter, with our largest grant to date. The challenges facing educational leaders today are significant but we are encouraged that the Foundation’s networks and programmes, supported by its research, are helping leaders in overcoming them, and offering “Life in all its fullness (John 10:10) for their pupils."
Sir Philip Mawer, Chairman of Allchurches Trust