Education charities

Beanstalk is a national charity that gives one-to-one literacy support to children in primary schools in the most deprived areas of Engla...
In sub-Saharan Africa today there are 153 million people unable to read or write.  This means they are unable to read a medicine bottle, text book, instruction manual or ballot paper; they are effectively excluded from taking control of their lives and their futures.  Poverty and illiteracy go hand in hand.  Books are a luxury that very few people in sub-Saharan Africa can afford and yet without books, literacy is extremely hard to achieve and maintain.   ...
Assisting Berkshire Children (ABC) to read is a small, local charity which recruits, trains and offer continuing support to community vol...
The Amateur Entomologists' Society (AES) is a voluntary society that has been promoting the study and conservation of insects since 1935. We support your interest in entomology and natural history through producing books and periodicals, and organising educational and field events. Our members come from all walks of life and age groups, and we have a thriving Bug Club for younger members. Why not check us out and catch the bug?! ...
The Anglo-Thai Foundation makes annual grants to bright schoolchildren from the poorest families in arid Northeast Thailand (the region of Isaan) to ensure they are able to attend school and complete the education provided by the state.The children are chosen by their head teachers and our sponsors support them from primary level through secondary school and on, if they make the grade, to college and university.   ...
Arnold Hill School and the Community Arnold Hill School is part of a wide and active community. Lots of the school's facilities are open to the community or are used by outside groups. Parent Teacher Association The Parent Teacher Association (PTA) organises a variety of events to raise funds for the school. The PTA page has more information on PTA news and upcoming events. ...
Our objective is simple: to create a future with purpose for young adults with autism everywhere....
BASIK, (Build A School In Kenya), was established in 2006 by the Normington family after visiting Kenya. We saw the poverty in a rural area near Mombasa where a wonderful man, Julius Nzai, was teaching in a hut. Now there are six classrooms, a water supply, 4 teachers and nearly 200 children, several of whom are orphans. Work is now starting on a garden to provide food and to be an educational resource. We returned in 2007, but since then we recieve regular updates by e-mail, (the head cycles 20 miles in to Mombasa to use the internet), and via the photographs. ...
A North Devon based charity promoting and advancing literacy standards both at a local level through our North Devon Schools Reading Prog...
Brake exists because every day on UK roads six people are killed and 70 more are seriously injured. These deaths and injuries cause horrendous heartbreak and trauma – they are sudden and violent, and commonly affect children and young people. Yet they are preventable. ...
Build A School is a UK registered international development charity (founded in 2007) based in Devizes, Wiltshire....
Chance UK provides adult mentors for primary school children with behavioural difficulties who are at risk of being drawn into increasingly anti-social behaviour in the future. Almost all improve; after a year of support over half no longer exhibit behaviour problems. ...
CEDE Trust Fund is a catalyst for overcoming poverty through education, skills development and empowerment of young people to realize the...
The Children’s Safety Education Foundation (CSEF) is a national charity committed to reducing the number of child victims through the provision of interactive safety education. CSEF works towards a mission - to reach every child in the UK so that they can make informed choices when they are faced with danger, and promote greater independence and well being in later life. We have a track record of delivering safety educational programmes covering topics from fire and road safety to social issues such as bullying and self-esteem. ...
A postal library of popular children's picture books with added braille. Our books can be shared by blind and sighted children - and blind parents can read them to sighted children. It costs £15 to add a book to our library. ...
This charity aids Palestinian economic and social development by funding postgraduate scholarships for talented young Palestinians at Durham University. ...
Dyslexia Action is a national educational charity and our vision is for a world where barriers to learning, employment and fulfilment hav...
The Dyslexia Research Trust (DRT) is committed to developing effective treatments through properly controlled research conducted in schools and its clinics. We want to help young people to become happier, confident individuals who can read competently and meet their potential. ...
E13 Learning Community Ltd works alongside 8 schools in the Plaistow and Upton Park areas of the London Borough of Newham primarily to pr...
St Joseph’s School for the Hearing Impaired has provided care and special education for deaf and hearing impaired children from across Sierra Leone for more than 30 years. The Friends of St Joseph's provides financial and practical support from the UK. ...

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