Our partners

As a young charity, the scope and role of the Foundation’s partners are only beginning to emerge. We intend our partners to have missions that reflect and amplify our own, such that collaborative work is mutually beneficial.

We are pleased to have established partnerships with the organisations below:

Women of the World Foundation

Mulberry Schools Foundation works closely with the Women of the World Foundation, founded by Jude Kelly. Jude recently completed a two-year residency as a Thought Leader for the Foundation. Over the last ten years, students from Mulberry School for Girls have been contributing to London’s WOW festival, as speakers, panellists, workshop leaders and participants.

It’s a privilege to be involved, to celebrate what women can do and to add our voices to national and global debate.

Student contributor to WOW 2019

The Women of the Future Programme

The Women of the Future Programme, led by Pinky Lilani CBE DL, is a platform that unlocks a culture of kindness and collaboration among leaders. Mulberry Schools Foundation is building on the long-standing relationship between Women of the Future and Mulberry School for Girls. Students and staff have been contributing to Women of the Future events and projects, which support and celebrate women’s success, for many years.

The National Theatre, the British Film Institute and Barts NHS Health Trust

Mulberry Schools Foundation is building on the well-established relationship between Mulberry UTC and these three organisations who are sponsors of the UTC and employer partners.

The UTC’s industry partners give real relevance to our academic courses. In a recent project to create promotional materials for an upcoming artist, I learned professional skills and technical skills and used industry-standard software in a professional environment. I got a real insight into what a career in the industry might be like.

Student participant