Current partnerships

Established in 2019 and founded by Michael and Henrietta Lindsell, The Lindsell Foundation looks to fund initiatives that will inspire and support children and young people of all abilities, living in disadvantaged situations, to learn and develop skills for the future. The Foundation does not accept unsolicited proposals and applications for funding.

IntoUniversity — Norwich

The Lindsell Foundation has partnered with IntoUniversity alongside the lead partner The University of East Anglia to help set up a new learning centre in Norwich. IntoUniversity works with universities and schools to support young people from disadvantaged backgrounds helping them to either gain a place at university or to find their feet in their chosen field.

IntoUniversity — Great Yarmouth

The Lindsell Foundation partnered again with IntoUniversity to help set up the Great Yarmouth centre. The lead partners for this centre are UEA and Trinity College, Cambridge. The new centre was opened to great excitement by Myleene Klass on 5th March 2023 and it is located in the popular Market Gates Shopping Centre which will help to integrate it into the local community. Click on the links below for more information and pictures about the centre and the opening day.

Previous partnerships

The Sutton Trust

The Lindsell Foundation previously partnered with The Sutton Trust and Esmée Fairbairn Foundation to run a pilot scheme in two areas, Hackney and Nottinghamshire. The aim was to improve children’s early language and communication by supporting speech and language therapy teams. This was a two year partnership with The Sutton Trust.