Interested in applying?
You’ll find some key information about our Chances for Children grants to help you in this short video.
Together we can create more chances for children
What we do is very simple: pay for things that we would want all children and young people to have but their parent or carers cannot otherwise afford.
Progressing our Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy
A blog by Buttle UK CEO, Joe Howes, on the progress of our EDI strategy across 2023.
Buttle UK: Ethnicity and our Grant Making Report
As a part of our ongoing Equity, Diversity and Inclusion work, we have completed an in depth piece of research mapping our applicants and grantees for our Chances for Children grants against the England, Wales and Northern Ireland Census data released in 2022.
Boarding Chances for Children Report 2022-23
This year, Buttle UK have supported 75 students across the 2022-23 academic year to attend boarding school, amounting to £880,201 of funding for our Support for Boarding programme. We are thrilled to announce that this year’s boarding cohort’s GCSE results were above the national average. Read on to see the overview of the report and to download the full report.
Live Grant Data
We are proud to share live insights into our work, which can be tailored right down to your region or local authority. This data shows the last rolling 12 months of our grant making activities, including how much has been granted, the number of households and how many children are being supported by our work.
Chances for Children grants are designed to improve the social and emotional wellbeing of children and young people, as well as their capacity to engage in education.
85% The percentage of parents who report their children’s engagement with education has improved since receiving a Chances for Children grant
88% The percentage of parents who report that their children’s confidence has improved since receiving a Chances for Children grant
94% The percentage of parents that report their home now meets the families’ basic needs (housework, daily tasks, home safety)
84% The percentage of parents who report improvements in how well the family get along and the quality of time spent together