In our Spring 2023 newsletter we launch our Neurodiversity Index, share how we are supporting UK youth into meaningful employment and more.
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Foundation Winter Newsletter 2022: Celebrating the Holidays
From all of us at the City & Guilds Foundation, we’d like to wish you Happy Holidays if you celebrate, or a great break if you don’t.
Foundation Autumn Newsletter 2022: Our Collective Impact
In our latest newsletter we launch our 2022 Impact Report and also highlight the impact of our work and programmes have had in the last quarter.
Foundation Summer Newsletter 2022: Celebrating our Royal Patronage
In this edition of the Foundation Newsletter read about our royal heritage and our recent impact in our summer news roundup.
Foundation Spring Newsletter 2022: Celebrating our partnerships
In this edition of the Foundation Newsletter, we celebrate our partnerships and the power of collaboration in maximising our impact.
Foundation Autumn Newsletter 2021: The ripple effect
As a Foundation, we’re always looking to have the maximum impact, whether that’s through our grants, investments, or recognising people at the right time. That’s how we hold ourselves accountable; are we genuinely creating that ripple effect?
Foundation Summer Newsletter 2021
Read our latest updates and sign up to join the experts in our network for a month of pop-up events to help you increase inclusion and diversity at work.
Foundation Spring Newsletter 2021
The power of networks shines through the second edition of our Foundation Newsletter. Together we have continued to...
Foundation newsletter #1 – October 2020
Welcome to our first Foundation newsletter, I hope you enjoy finding out about everything we’ve been up to recently and are as inspired as I am about how we can make a difference through shining a light on skills development.