The Pay It Forward Campaign has the potential to make a hugely positive impact on both young people’s lives and local businesses.
We are so excited to welcome such a diverse range of businesses to the campaign. What they all have in common is their wish to give back to the local community to ensure young people have the tools and opportunities they need to succeed.
Read all about the companies that have got involved here:
Who? R & J Pearce is a family owned business, attending to all the plumbing and electrical needs of Tetbury and surrounding areas.
Where? Tetbury, Gloucestershire
“R & J. Pearce Ltd became aware of this fantastic educational incentive through a family member. As a Tetbury family, we are fully aware that all young people have missed so much of their valuable schooling. With this in mind, we decided to offer as much additional help and support as possible.”
Who? ServiceMaster Clean are a large multi award cleaning company.
Where? They work on commercial cleaning jobs across Guildford and the Thames Valley.
School: Westfield Academy in Watford, Hertfordshire.
“We as a company would love to be involved within this and help local children to achieve great grades. Furthermore, in a time where uncertainty within education is present it is important to have access to educational content to help children prosper within school. “
Who? Audley Chaucer Solictiors are a highly regarded law firm offering a whole spectrum of legal services
Where? Esher, Surrey
School: Claygate Primary School
“Audley Chaucer Solicitors chose Claygate Primary School as the school of our choice because we wanted to support the children in our local community. The amazing opportunity to have our donation tripled by SchoolOnline.co.uk has enabled us to provide Claygate Primary School with numerous licences. These licences will enable the children to gain access to over 1,300 high quality video tutorials in English & Maths. This will provide them with valuable skills to prepare for teacher assessments and their future educational journey.”
Who? A West London Bridal shop, fast becoming one of the best bridal shops in London
School: Melcombe Primary School
The Boutique & Co. were amongst some of the first benefactors to get involved in this campaign.
Why did you want to get involved?
“The key to the next stage of our lives is in the exam results we get throughout our schooling and we want to ensure that these children are given as fair as chance as possible and every additional resource possible to help them through the next few months!”
Read all about the Boutique’s contribution on our blog here.
Who? A newspaper and magazine delivery service
Where? Operating in over 80 towns and villages throughout Kent and East Sussex
School: Tenterden Schools Trust
“This campaign has given us the opportunity to support disadvantaged children in the excellent schools that our own children attended.”
It’s not just local businesses getting involved in our Pay It Forward Campaign! We have had a number of awesome individual sponsors contributing to the campaign for a variety of reasons, including contributing to their old school and supporting their local community.
Click on each individual to read more about their contribution and why they got involved in this campaign.
If you don’t own a business but would still like to participate in our Pay It Forward Campaign you are of course more than welcome to get involved. Please get in contact via our email email@example.com.
Support up to 100 students (e.g. half a typical GCSE year group)
Support up to 250 students (e.g. a full typical GCSE year group)
Your support is matched by us by at least 350% and by up to 500%. For example, £500 would normally purchase 20 subscriptions to SchoolOnline for half a year. Through Pay It Forward we will ensure that up to 60 children, an entire KS2 year group, will receive licences for a contribution of that size.
(*All prices are subject to VAT. Contribution bundles are based on half of our annual subscription rate)