Partners and Stakeholders
In addition to our funded partners, the Foundation is committed to connecting with like-minded organisations across our sector. We know that by working together, we can make a bigger impact and help speed the change we all wish for.
As our multi-funding agreements come to an end, we are committed to maintaining and ongoing relationship with our charity partners and are building an alumni network with our former partners.
Transforming Lives for Good
TLG was one of the Foundation’s first funded partners, and we continue a non-funded relationship with them to ensure they continue to benefit from our charity network and introductions made by the Foundation.
SportInspired works with children and young people in some of the UK’s most deprived communities. It supports young children to find and take part in a sport they love, and trains 12- to 16-year-olds as young leaders, helping them to develop essential vocational skills. During the 2019-2023 period, the Foundation contributed funding towards young leader training and sports festival days.
Our trusted Networks
Scottish Tech Army
The Foundation is proud to collaborate with the Scottish Tech Army. The STA is a volunteer-based organisation that provides ‘tech for good’ solutions to the public and third sector across Scotland. It emerged at the start of the Covid pandemic and continues to strengthen its volunteer base and social impact, expanding beyond Scotland support social purpose organisations across the UK.
The IFoA Foundation
The IFoA Foundation is the charity of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.
Its mission is to give support and opportunities to actuaries and future actuaries from all backgrounds, empowering the profession to have an even greater positive impact.
The Foundation’s charitable activities are funded by donations from actuaries, corporate partners and supporters of the profession.
The Foundation is proud to support the vision and mission of the Money and Pension Service Money and Pensions Service (maps.org.uk). We continue to actively work with MaPS across the UK: ensuring that our charity network (and particularly the young people and communities they support) can access MaPS services and tools.