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IET Fundraising

“We are now in our second year of supporting the IET’s Diamond Jubilee Scholarship Programme with our Great Exhibition awards and have been impressed with the outstanding young people it has attracted”
 
 
- Bernard Taylor DL FRSC, Chairman, Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851

Trusts and Foundations

Diamond Jubilee Scholarship and Engineering Horizons Bursary Award winners celebrating and talking about the difference the financial support will make to their engineering studies, and donors talking about how they feel about supporting these passionate young engineers.
We have a wide range of charitable activities that touch upon the lives of young children to postgraduates and beyond. Including bursaries to help those who are disadvantaged access further education to schemes where primary school children can experience STEM education in a fun and inspiring way, our charitable remit involves all members of society. From supporting young children with our First®LEGO®League and Faraday programmes to supporting undergraduates as they embark on their engineering journey, we have programmes to help all. Photo of First Lego League volunteer  

We are thankful for the kind support from:


Lloyds Register Foundation
Engineers Trust
The Manly Trust
Wolfson Foundation
The Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851
ERA Foundation
Cray UK Limited
Jack Petchey Foundation
Kirby Laing Foundation
Motorola Solutions Foundation
The Patron’s Fund
Whitaker Charitable Trust
Exilarch’s Foundation
Arconic Foundation
MacRobert Trust
Nancie Massey Charitable Trust
AMW Charitable Trust

Photo of Maurice Greenberg  

If you would like to know more about how your charitable trust or foundation can be involved please contact Bhavini Bhatt on bbhatt@theiet.org