Case Studies


STEM – Formula 1 Project

This fantastic project focused on encouraging young students, from middle school to high school, to take part in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) careers, especially young girls. The stereotype is that STEM subjects are difficult and a ‘male’ field of study are still deeply embedded in society, discouraging struggling students or young girls to pursue them. […]


Clapton Boys Club

One amazing project we are delighted to share with you at the Alec Dickson Trust is our work to support Clapton Boys club which aims to empower young people in Clapton. They ran a “Say No To Bullying” programme which taught youth leaders and volunteers to: effectively listen and understand how to deal with victims […]


Summer Adventures

Earlier this year, we supported ‘Summer Adventures,’ an amazing project run by the student group, at the University of Exeter. Summer Adventures is a two week activity camp for young carers in Devon, catering for those aged between 8 and 15; the first week provides a day camp for 8-11 year olds, whilst the second camp is […]


Cards for Bravery

Cards for Bravery is an organisation that brightens the days of hospitalised and seriously ill children through positive, uplifting handmade cards. They have a large volunteer base to support their mission and received support from the Alec Dickson Trust in November 2015.


Well – Beeing Garden

The Well - Beeing Garden is situated in the grounds surrounding the Kentish Town Health Centre in north London – a NHS building which is used by over 450,000 people per year.


Inspiring Youth Achievement

The INSPYA “Inspiring Youth Achievement” mentoring programme trains young people aged 16-25 to mentor pupils who have behavioural issues and are on the verge of being excluded from school.

About Alec Dickson Trust

We support young people who, through volunteering or community service, aim to enhance the lives of others, particularly those most marginalised by society.