Here are some links to organisations and websites that you might find useful.


HotC_PrimaryLogo_SpotHeart of the City  A charity funded by the City of London and City Bridge Trust. They aim to bring companies together, creating a business community that champions Corporate Social Responsibility and makes it accessible to companies of all sizes.



schools-to-business-logo-bigSchools to Business provides a full range of resources for small to medium sized businesses (SMEs) to help them engage directly with local schools. Resources include hints and tips, a unique schools finder - containing key performance indicators & contact information - sample lesson plans and guidance. All resources are free of charge.



ICRS LogoInstitute of Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability When you join the ICRS you’ll be part of an innovative, supportive and fast-growing network of corporate responsibility and sustainability professionals. You’ll benefit from industry recognition, ongoing professional development, and opportunities to further your knowledge and make new connections.

number partners logoNumber Partners A volunteering programme designed to support young people across the country with their number and financial literacy skills. Volunteers visit primary or secondary schools to play number games with students, making maths fun and boosting students' confidence.


pfeg (Personal Finance Education Group) An independent charity providing free consultancy, resources and programmes to creatively enable the next generation to be financially savvy. They are a trusted provider of knowledge, resources and support for anyone teaching children about money.


plotr-logo-cmykplotr A new careers website for 11- to 24-year-olds. With the leadership of industry and the support of government, they have created a website that gives young people the help they need to build the careers they want. The site is completely free for young people, parents and teachers to use.


take-charge-orange-logoTake Charge A partnership that unites organisations already working to give young people the assets to make them financially capable, enterprising and also employable.


rmtgb logoThe Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys is a charity funded by Freemasons which aims to relieve poverty and advance education for children and young people. In addition to our main grant-making work, we also support young people with exceptional talents and those who need financial assistance in order to embrace life-changing opportunities. We award grants to both national and local children's charities and provide support to our separate but subsidiary charity Lifelites.