Support Us

Help us to support more young people.

Young people are at the heart of all our work, but we couldn’t do any of it without our employer partners, fundraising champions, amazing volunteers and other supporters.


Learn more about the different ways to get involved.



Ways to get involved

Employers - connecting businesses with diverse and talented young people

Explore the options to run, support or facilitate our employability programmes and showcase your organisation or sector. Give your employees the rewarding opportunity of making a big impact on the career ambitions of young people from low-income backgrounds.

the number of employer engagement opportunities we have created across England and Scotland since 2014.

Volunteers - making a measurable difference to the future of young people

There are a wide variety of rewarding volunteering opportunities available with the EY Foundation. Share your skills and knowledge to inspire and make a difference to our young people.

the number of volunteers who have supported our work since we were set up in 2014.

Fundraising - helping us to fund our programmes and change the lives of more young people

From a bake sale to a life-changing trek, the work of the EY Foundation would not be possible without the incredible efforts of those who fundraise on our behalf. Every donation helps us to reach more young people, break down more barriers and change more lives.

the economic cost of youth unemployment, in terms of lost national output, forecast for 2022.*

Schools and Colleges - supporting areas in greatest need

If you are a teacher or work in a school or college, did you know we can offer half-day employability workshops for students eligible for free school meals? You can also promote our employability programmes, some of which require referral. Make a difference to the career ambitions of your students now.

the number of young people we have supported since 2014, introducing them to a range of careers, employability skills and quality employer connections.