IntoUniversity

IntoUniversity

£181.7K

Raised so far

  • 1209 donors
  • 92 fundraisers

About us

IntoUniversity provides local learning centres where young people are inspired
to achieve.

At each local centre IntoUniversity offers an innovative programme that supports young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to attain either a university place or another chosen aspiration.

The Problem We Address

Young people from Britain’s poorest backgrounds face a considerable educational disadvantage:

- they do far less well at school
- they are unlikely to go to university
- they have little chance of entering the professions

Find out more about why IntoUniversity is needed.

Our innovative support programme

Our programme provides children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds with the help that many children receive as a matter of course. There are three main strands:

- Academic Support
- FOCUS
- Mentoring

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IntoUniversity is fundraising towards

IntoUniversity Lockdown Quiz!

Who doesn't love a pub quiz? Lockdown doesn't mean that this has to stop! Get your thinking caps on for Into University's very first virtual quiz, which will be livestreamed at 8pm on Wednesday 29th April! Take part individually or in a team of up to five ...

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  • £5,000 Target
  • £6,739 Raised
  • 235 Donors
  • 9 Fundraisers

100 for 100k Challenge

We believe that our young people and their families will be among those hardest hit by the COVID-19 crisis and that as the economic after-effects of the lockdown are felt, they will suffer a further blow to their education and futures. When it is safe to reopen our ...

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  • £100K Target
  • £571 Raised
  • 27 Donors
  • 5 Fundraisers

IntoArts

The Khadija Saye Into Arts programme, inspired by the life and in memory of Khadija Saye, was founded in 2019 by Nicola Green with Into University. Khadija Saye was a Gambian-British artist who tragically died in the Grenfell Tower fire on 14 June 2017, aged just 24. Despite her ...

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