The AAF is generously supported both by Charitable Foundations and by private individuals. Find out more below.


Sevenoaks Foundation

The Sevenoaks Foundation has very generously agreed to support the APP in Kent for the next 5 years starting in 2018.

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The Buffini-Chao Foundation

The Buffini Chao Foundation has generously supported the AAF, particularly in the area of mentoring.

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Garfield Weston Foundation

Garfield Weston Foundation

The Garfield Weston Foundation is a grant-giving charity, based in the United Kingdom. It was established in 1958 by Canadian businessman W. Garfield Weston (1898-1978).

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Sutton Trust

Sutton Trust

The Sutton Trust is an educational charity in the United Kingdom which aims to improve social mobility and address educational disadvantage. The charity was set up by the educational philanphropist Sir Peter Lampl in 1997.

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Private Donors

In addition to Foundations and Trusts, the AAF and its programmes are generously supported financially by private individuals passionate about improving social mobility in the UK through education.


Private Supporters currently include:

Debbie Hannam

Paul Dixon

Sir Harvey and Lady Allison McGrath

Ian Hannam


Another hugely valuable source of support stems from the pro bono services we receive such as legal, accountancy, website development, teaching and course content from our Trustees, our learning mentors, teachers and others in the education sector.

Increasingly, we are supported also by cultural institutions such as the Natural History Museum and universities such as the University of Kent, Sussex University and various colleges at Oxford and Cambridge who create bespoke open days for our students.

If you would like to provide financial or pro-bono support for the AAF, please contact