The Presidents Club Charitable Trust was founded 33 years ago and has raised over £20 million for underprivileged children.

Their vision; to help as many as possible. Over the years, esteemed members of the investment, real estate, sports, entertainment, motor industry and fashion world have come together to support and raise millions of pounds for the trust in its work to help as many worthy children’s causes. The success of the Presidents Club has meant that donations have been made to numerous children’s charities.

The trustee committee would like to thank the tireless efforts of the committee members in organising, supporting and raising substantial donations that enable the charity to assist so many worthy causes. Please see a selection of charities supported over the most recent decade:

3 Dimensions Residential School
Aberlour Child Care Trust
Abingdon Centre Netball Club
Access Aspiration
Action for Kids
Action Medical Research
Aish HaTorah UK Ltd
Alder Hey Children’s Charity
Aleh Charitable Foundation, The
Anderson Foundation, The
Angel Shed Theatre Company
Anthony Nolan (was The Anthony Nolan Trust)
Arsenal Charitable Trust, The
Association of Children’s Hospices
Ataxia-Telangiestasia Society
Lucy-Mae Beacock
Bike Project, The
Bede House Association
Bobath Centre, The
Brainwave Centre Ltd, The
Bredinghurst School
Brighter Days
British Friends of Neve Shalom
British Friends of Ohel Sarah
British Olympic Association
Build Africa
Caldecott Foundation, The
Calvert Trust Exmoor
Camelia Botnar Children’s Centre
Camp Simcha
Cancer Research UK
Central Foundation Boys’ School
Cherished Memories
Chestnut Tree House
Chicken Shed Theatre Trust
Child & Sound
Child Bereavement UK
Child Care Action Trust, The
Childhood First
Children’s Charity, The
Children’s Trust, The
Christ Church (Oxford) United Clubs t/a Ovalhouse
Christian Lewis Trust
Christopher Place
City of London School Bursary Trust
Clatterbridge Cancer Charity, The
CLIC Sargent
Coram Family
Community Security Trust (CST)
DALAID re Boys Boarding School, Belarus (Belarus United)
DALAID re Central Synagogue
Day Care Trust
Deafness Research UK
Demelza House Children’s Hospice
Disability Challenges
Disability Rights International
Donmar Warehouse
EllenorLion Hospices
European Union Youth Orchestra (The IYF of GB)
Evelina London Children’s Hospital
Eyeless Trust, The
Facial Surgery Research Foundation – Saving Faces, The
Anthony Ford-Shubrook
The Gesher Trust (Gesher School)
Global Fund for Children UK Trust
Globetown Learning Community (now changed name to Its Your Life)
Golden Hinde Educational Trust, The
Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity
Greenhouse School
Grief Encounter
Guildhall School Trust, The
Guys & St Thomas’ Charity (Kings College London)
Guys & St Thomas’ Charity (Evelina London)
Hamelin Trust, The
Harefield Academy, The
Helen & Douglas House
Honeypot Charity, The
Hope House Children’s Hospice
Hope Charity, The
Hornsey Trust, The
Israel Guide Dog for the Blind – British Friends
Jaffa Institute
Jessica Cannons (2011 chq to Saebo UK)
Jewish Blind & Disabled
Jewish Care
Kentish Town City Farm
Kids Company
Killing Cancer
Knutsford Community Pre School
Langdon Foundation
Leeds Children’s Hospital Charitable Foundation
Leonard Cheshire Disability
LEYF (London Early Years Foundation)
Lezley Margo Charitable Trust, The
London Academy
London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy, The
London Children’s Museum
London Jewish Cultural Centre
London Wildlife Trust
Lord Taverners, The
Lubavitch Childrens Centre
Lubavitch of Edgware
Maccabi London Brady
Maggie’s Centres
Marie Curie Cancer Care
Mary’s Meals
Maya Community Appeal
Melissa’s Fighting Fund
Michael Palin Centre for Stammering Children, The (changed name to Action for Stammering Children)
Motor Neurone Disease Association
Movement Centre, The
Natasha Jacobs
National Deaf Children’s Society
The Nirim Foundation
Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice
Oasis Community Hub Waterloo
Ohel Sarah
Olivia Sloane
Friends of Olivia Sloane
Osteopathic Centre for Children
Outward Bound Trust, The
Panathlon Foundation Ltd
Partnership for Children
Pasque Charity, The
Percy Hedley Foundation
Princes Trust, The
Priority Trust, The
Providence Row
Rainbow Trust
Rainbows Hospice
Rays of Sunshine
Refugio Aboim Ascensao
Richard House Children’s Hospice
The RNOH Charity
Rona Trust, The
Roundhouse Trust, The
Royal Academy of Music
Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Trust
Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Charity
Royal Marsden Cancer Campaign, The
Royal School for the Deaf and Communication Disorders
The Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Trust
The Savitri Waney Charitable Trust
Second Chance Charity, The
Seva Mandir, The Friends of
Seva Mandir, Udaipur
Sick Children’s Trust
Sick Kids Friends Foundation, The
Side by Side
SIH Equine Therapy
Simeon Sender-Galloway
Skeet Hill House Management Trust
Small Steps, School For Parents, Greenmead
Snowdon Trust
Special Yoga Ltd
Speech, Language and Hearing Centre, The
Sported Foundation
Sports Traider Charity
St Anne’s Special School Fund
St John’s RC School
Starlight Children’s Foundation
Strongbones Children’s Charitable Trust
Stubbers Adventure Centre
STV Appeal
Swiss Cottage School
Talk 2 Open Hearts
Tate Gallery
TBAP Foundation
Teenage Cancer Trust
Tel Aviv Yafo Foundation
Tommy’s The Baby Charity
Tongwynlais Primary School
Tree House Trust
Treloar Trust
University College Hospital Cancer Fund
Walker Street Child Contact Centre
Westminster Childrens Society
Willow Foundation
Winch, The
World Jewish Relief
Yad Sarah
Yesodey Hatorah Primary Girls School
Young Actors Theatre
Youth Sport Trust

Recent statements from the trustees:
“The Presidents Club recently hosted its annual dinner, raising several million pounds for disadvantaged and underprivileged children and children’s charities. The organisers of the President’s Club annual dinner are extremely concerned by the allegations about bad behaviour at the event which have been made by reporters from the Financial Times. Behaviour of the type which has been reported would be totally unacceptable. Any member of Event Staff who attended the dinner, and who wishes to raise any concern about conduct at the event may do so by emailing the Charity at Any complaints made to the Charity will be full and promptly investigated by an independent assessor, and appropriate action will be taken.”

“The trustees have decided that The Presidents Club will not host any further fundraising events. Remaining funds will be distributed in an efficient manner to the children’s charities and it will then be closed.”

Registered Charity No. 1017310

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