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In The Community

Cambridge Online Tutors embraces Corporate Social Responsibility and Volunteering (CSRV). It is an integral part of our mission.


We work closely with our two chosen charities to help support the community: The Prince’s Trust and The Access Project.

Volunteering


At Cambridge Online Tutors, all tutors are actively encouraged to participate in volunteer programmes to support the community. Interest in our partnered schemes continues to grow. All parties describe the programmes as fulfilling and rewarding and say they are proud to represent Cambridge Online Tutors in this way.

Volunteering is primarily through The Access Project, one of our partnered charities, which delivers invaluable education to children from disadvantaged backgrounds across the UK. The Access Project provides a fantastic service and we are delighted to be able to contribute. We are in ongoing discussions with The Prince’s Trust regarding volunteering with their Mosaic programme.

In addition, a number of Cambridge Online Tutors already contribute to a diverse range of charitable programmes in their local communities. Tutors who volunteer and support programmes in the community either through Cambridge Online Tutors, or through recognised local schemes, display the ‘In the Community’ emblem on their profile.

Donations


Cambridge Online Tutors aims to provide up to £2 per lesson in donations to The Access Project. When booking a lesson, you can choose to donate £0.50. Our tutors will have the option to match your donation.


We match all donations, so up to £2 is shared by our partnered charities.

  Your Donation

When booking a lesson, you can choose to donate £0.50.

 

  Tutors Donation

Our tutors have the option to match your donation.

 

  Our Donation

We match all donations, so up to £2 is shared by
our partnered charities.


The Prince's Trust


Since its foundation by HRH The Prince of Wales in 1976, the trust has supported more than 1 million young people and helps 100 more every day. Your small donations make a big impact. For example:

  • £10 provides a young person with an employability mentor.
  • £30 gives a day of virtual speed interviews in front of potential employers.
  • Such benefits give access to life-changing career opportunities.

Cambridge Online Tutors is grateful for the support it has received from The Prince's Trust and our aim is to give something back to this worthwhile charity.

The Access Project


The Access Project believes that every young person, regardless of background, can make the most of education, unlocking their potential and creating a fairer society. Volunteers are trained and supported to be effective tutors who work with students for an hour a week to raise their grades.

  • GCSE students with The Access Project make on average half a grade more progress in their tutored subjects than their peers.
  • The charity helps more students access top universities every year with 61% of its students placed at Top Third institutions in 2018/19.

Cambridge Online Tutors is grateful for the support it has received from The Prince’s Trust and our aim is to give something back to the community through charitable partnerships.

Future Steps


Cambridge Online Tutors are proud to be a part of the Prince's Trust Future Steps campaign. Various members of our team are taking part in the 10,000 steps a day throughout February, in order to raise money for this wonderful charity.

Cambridge Online Tutors is grateful for the support it has received from The Prince’s Trust and our aim is to give something back to this worthwhile charity.


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