We support ICAEW Foundation’s international programme

Published by Andrew Griggs on 15 February 2019

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We are delighted to support ICAEW Foundation – a charity launched by ICAEW in 2007.

ICAEW Foundation was created to support the future of the accounting profession by creating life-changing opportunities for students from financially challenged backgrounds.

Our £3000 donation has helped support their most recent charity programme – Paul Aplin’s Challenge Ten.

Paul Aplin’s Challenge Ten was launched last year to encourage ICAEW members and firms to support ten new ICAEW Foundation Building Futures bursaries.

The Building Futures bursary programme provides support to international students studying for professional chartered accountancy qualifications within their own country. Our £3,000 donation will specifically help students in Lesotho and Cambodia to undertake their accounting qualifications and will provide support and guidance along the way.

We are thrilled to have been able to play a part in supporting ICAEW Foundation and will continue to give back to charitable causes where we can.

To learn more about ICAEW Foundation please visit their website here.

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