• Who We Support

    IICF UK bestows grants to nonprofit organisations within the focus areas of education and social mobility. IICF UK selected six nonprofits, nominated by board members, to receive critical funding in 2017. Collectively, the funds will help over 500 people excel at school, find employment and make a new start in life.

    IICF has decided to continue to fund these six charities in 2018 as well as two new charities: St Giles Trust and Young Bristol.


    ​provides emotional and practical support to women and girls who have faced domestic violence. 78% report feeling safer after receiving this support.

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    offers advice and support to parents and carers of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.

    Read our latest newsletter here.


    provides one-to-one literacy support to children who have fallen behind with their reading – to improve children’s reading ability and confidence.

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    Brokerage Citylink

    works with young people to raise aspirations and create access and opportunities within financial

    and professional services firms.

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    helps rehabilitate and enables young people who have been in prison or are at risk of going to prison to find employment.

    Spartans Community Football Academy

    creates unique opportunities for young people to participate in sport as well as learning and development activities.

    St Giles Trust

    We help people suffering disadvantages such as experiences of prison, homelessness, unemployment, addiction and severe poverty to move their lives forward. We provide this help from the people who know best how to help - those who have been there themselves.

    Young Bristol

    is a Youth-Driven Charity that Works to offer a choice of opportunities and experiences for all young people to help them succeed in life.