The launch of a new report from the Institute of Voluntary Action Research into the power of youth volunteering in NHS Trusts
Pears Foundation is delighted to announce the launch today of two new reports by the King’s Fund on Volunteering in NHS Trusts.
Pears Foundation supports Jewish and Israeli organisations that work in the developing world. Some of them, such as Tevel b’Tzedek, IsraAid and NALA,…
Celebrating the Power of Youth with our NHS #iwill Fund Trusts this #iwill week
Pears Foundation signs up to the Power of Youth Charter
Young volunteers share their volunteering experience through animation
We are delighted to share blogs highlighting the Power of Youth this Volunteers’ Week
Huge congratulations from the Pears Foundation team.
We are delighted to celebrate Student Volunteering Week 2020 by announcing new funding to Student Hubs through the Pears #iwill…
Here we welcome Dave Yates, to share this history and what it means for the two organisations today.
We are pleased to announce the list of commended colleges for the Pears #iwill Beacon Award for Social Action and…
To celebrate the #PowerOfYouth this Volunteering Week, we’re delighted to publish a special blog from IVAR and our Pears #iWill Fund NHS Peer Network
JustSpirulina featured on the news!
We couldn’t be prouder of Woodrow’s Year 4 pupils who have learnt about the social issues surrounding homelessness and crucially what steps need to be taken to prevent it.
We are thrilled to see the latest figures from the Scouts featured in the Guardian today.
Hannah Breeze, Senior Programme Coordinator at RSA Academies gives an insight into the exciting new primary school social action project, RSA4.
To celebrate Local Charities Day, we’re delighted to welcome Isaac Jones from First Give as our guest blogger
Sir Trevor and Bridget were delighted to be at the launch of the UK’s first Young People’s Forest in Derbyshire…
Tips & Tricks from Pears #iwill Fund NHS Trusts
Pears Youth Fund, in partnership with Leeds Community Foundation, is now open!
Volunteers are essential in supporting the smooth running of the NHS. They add value to services, enhance patient experience, support…
Pears Foundation has a long history of supporting young people to get involved in social action through partners such as…
The Scouts offer children and young adults an opportunity to enjoy exciting experiences, learn new skills and develop their team-working…
Girlguiding and The Scouts are joining forces for the first time to grow youth social action.
Pears Foundation is a founding funder of First Give, an organisation that contributes to building a culture of giving in…
Pears Foundation supports organisations that empower young people to develop their skills, improve their wellbeing and contribute to wider society….
We’re sharing our #iwillPledge today to mark our commitment to youth #socialaction for ALL young people.
The latest findings from Step Up to Serve’s #iwill campaign survey.
We are excited to attend the Launch NHS70 increasing opportunities for young people to make a difference.
Bridget attends NHS Expo 2017 to mark the launch of the first six NHS pilot sites funded through the Pears #iwill Fund.
We are pleased to welcome our guest blogger Eliza Buckley from IVAR, who is leading the NYSAF evaluation process.
As part of Volunteering Week 2017 we are sharing our pledge and commitment to youth social action.
We are pleased to welcome our guest blogger Melina Pelling, a young volunteer and Dementia Friends trainer.
We are excited to announce that we are now inviting targeted expressions of interest for funding.
Research released today by the #iwill campaign confirms the benefits to young people of taking in social action.
To celebrate Student Volunteering Week we welcome our guest blogger Sara Fernandez from Student Hubs.
Today marks the launch of the headline findings from the third National Youth Social Action Survey.
Pears Foundation has pledged a total of £4 million over four years to match-fund the #iwill fund.
A new report finds people who participate in the Scouts and Guides in childhood have better mental health in later life.
We are pleased to welcome Chris Burghes, CEO of the Royal Free Charity, as our guest blogger.