Schools Foundation

Mulberry Schools Foundation is the charitable arm of Mulberry Schools Trust, established in 2019. The Foundation is creating exceptional opportunities for children and young people facing disadvantage, so strengthening their capacity to make a difference in their world. We support, develop and champion young people and their families in the Trust’s schools, its partner schools and its local and global communities. Through our wide range of commissioned and funded activity in support of communities facing disadvantage, we remove barriers, create opportunity, give voice, innovate for change and sustain impact.

The Foundation is currently closed to grant applications.

On Wednesday 10th July, Mulberry Schools Trust is taking over Wilton’s Music Hall to raise money for the Foundation.

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Foundation news

Shoulder to Shoulder

On 10th July 2024, Mulberry Schools Trust is taking over Wilton's Music Hall for one night only.  A host of students will be joined by some famous faces as they perform an incredible range of theatre, music and poetry.  The event is being held to…

Global Girl Leading Study Tour

From 17th-22nd March, eight students from across Mulberry Schools Trust will be travelling to New York for a Global Girl Leading study tour. Students will take part in the United Nations International School's 2024 Conference: Equal Rights Equal Heights:…

7th Annual Education Lecture in celebration of International Day of the Girl 2023

Wednesday 11th October 2023 The Mulberry Schools Trust is a flourishing collaboration of schools and partners that believe in the power of education to bring about lasting social change. The Trust currently includes Mulberry School for Girls, Mulberry…


Wherever we met young people, our experiences related to theirs and it was easy to communicate openly with them. Everyone’s contributions were valid and interesting, irrespective of where we came from. We have more similarities than differences.


I’ve seen that leadership needs compassion as well as decisiveness.


Students have come out of their shells, challenged their own behavioural habits and walked away with a new confidence.


I knew that the ideas had to come from us and enjoyed this feeling of being in control.