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We are grateful to all our supporters for their financial help. Some of these include:
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Since 2011 David Dangoor and members of the Dangoor Family have very generously supported the Dangoor Next Generation Programme. This is an innovative programme which aims to support some of the most marginalised and vulnerable young people in the country. Over 90% of those who complete the expedition phase of the programme are engaged in employment, education or training, within three months of returning home. Find out more about Dangoor Education here
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Patra Selections is a family run business who has generously donated bamboo thermal baselayers to our Himalayan leaders on expedition this summer as well as a generous bursary for one of our explorers.
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Foyle Foundation is an independent grantmaking trust that distributes grants to educational charities in the UK. They have generously supported our Dangoor Next Generation expedition to Iceland.
The Garfield Weston Foundation is a family-founded, grant-making trust which supports on average, approximately 1,500 charities across the UK each year from grants made by the Foundation ranging from the smallest community and volunteer projects through to large national organisations.
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The Ogden Trust aims to maximise the opportunities available to young people in all parts of the UK's educational system with a particular focus on science projects and physics. The Ogden Trust has been a long term supporter of British Exploring offering financial support to young people studying physics at A level to help them reach the full cost of their expedition.
Sir John Cass's Foundation is one of London’s oldest and largest education charities. Founded in 1748, it supports education for young people in London through its grant programmes for individuals, schools and organisations, and its support for a number of institutions bearing Sir John Cass’s name.
The Foundation is a firm supporter of our Dangoor Next Generation expedition to Iceland. Their sister foundation, the Aldgate and Allhallows Foundation, also supported our Operation Aspire expedition to Romania.
West Cornwall Youth Trust was established in 2010 to provide support to deserving young people, with a view to enabling them to take part in worthwhile activities that they may otherwise not be able to afford. Since 2012, the Trust has generously supported young people from West Cornwall with their efforts to fundraise towards a British Exploring expedition.
The Dulverton Trust is an independent grant-making charity that was established by Deed in 1949 by the 1st Lord Dulverton to provide funds for charitable institutions. The Trust is a long term supporter of British Exploring and this year has generously donated towards the core costs of our Dangoor Next Generation expedition to Iceland.
The Sir James Knott Trust is an independent, grant making charitable trust which aims to help improve the conditions of people living and working in the North East of England. The Trust helps us recruit young people from the North East of England and the Channel Islands as they offer financial support to British Exploring participants helping them reach their fundraising target for their expedition.
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The Andrew Croft Memorial Fund was established in 1998 with the aim of supporting the advancement and education of young people by the provision of grants in support of Arctic expeditions. The Fund is a long term supporter of our expeditions and offers bursaries to young people taking part in British Exploring Arctic expeditions.
The ERSF Foundation provide financial assistance for education and welfare projects across the UK. The Foundation is a long term supporter of our Society, donating towards core funding to benefit the Dangoor Next Generation expedition to Iceland
The Lord Mayor’s 800th Anniversary Awards Trust was founded in 1989 with the objective of helping young people to undertake projects designed to broaden their experience, develop their self confidence and improve their career chances. The Trust has generously supported young people from across the UK by helping them reach the full cost of a British Exploring expedition.
The late Dr Ian Ashwell | The BAND Trust | Carpenter Charitable Trust | Dudley and Geoffrey Cox Charitable Trust | Exilarch's Foundation and the late Sir Naim Dangoor CBE | French Huguenot Church of London Charitable Trust | Sandy and Zorica Glen Charitable Settlement | Golden Bottle Trust | The Tom Hall Charitable Trust | Hedley Foundation | London Law Trust | Ethel and Gwynne Morgan Charitable Trust | North Face | P F Foundation | Riverston Group Ltd | Richard Rose and the Trustees of The Roses’ Trust | Florence Shaw Trust | Schroder Charity Trust | Swire Family Charitable Trusts | The Tanner Trust | Tay Charitable Trust | Albert Van den Bergh Charitable Trust | Vandervell Foundation | Verdon-Smith Family Charitable Trust | Gino Watkins Memorial Fund | Primula Cheese