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EA Foundation

About the EA Foundation

The EA Foundation was created to support national and local charitable organisations and communities to make inclusion a reality at every level of our society.

 

Our Aims:

  • Support charities with professional development for their D&I teams

  • Provide bursaries for D&I training for nominated professionals within charitable organisations

  • Raise awareness of the charities that we support and the work that they do

  • Give our employees opportunities to volunteer and support their communities

  • Promote charitable events

  • Provide sponsorship to our chosen charities

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Bursary Scheme

We aim to provide a bursary opportunity for charities to participate in Diversity and Training Programmes.

Distinctive Learning offer the Inclusion Practitioner Programme, where participants will learn the tools and techniques to ensure that their organisation can maximise the impact of Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace and prepare their business for the future harnessing the power of inclusive culture.

 

We would like to offer third sector organisations the opportunity to nominate a person within your organisation to gain a free place on this prestigious and impactful programme.

Please send details of your nominee, including why they would like to participate on the programme to hello@distinctive-learning.co.uk

We look forward to hearing from you.

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Charities We Support

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One of our charities for 2021 is AP Cymru, a Cardiff based charity providing personalised direct services to autistic people and their families.

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These images are from the AP Cymru Whitsun Holiday Camp which was supported by EA Foundation’s donation.

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We are proud to support the Christmas Appeal for Staffordshire Women's Aid for all the fantastic and important work they do.

https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/LittleElvesChristmasAppeal2021

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