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Inspiring students in Northampton

DHL colleagues up and down the country are supporting GoTeach, a programme run by the DHL UK Foundation that supports the education and employability of young people in disadvantaged communities across the UK.  Dean Wyatt, VP Retail from DHL Supply Chain and long-time supporter of the DHL UK Foundation, recently delivered a series of activities […]

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Calling all talented STEM students!

In 2015 the DHL UK Foundation teamed up with The University of Edinburgh to develop the future leaders of the logistics industry. Each year we offer 15 students studying science, technology, engineering or maths (STEM) the opportunity tp benefit from a scholarship fund of £2,000 per year. Apply now! For the third year running, applications […]

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Become a Coach with Teach First

Applications for the 2017 Coaching programme with Teach First are now open! You can join the team of over 30 DHL colleagues nationwide who are supporting newly qualified teachers be the best they can be in the classroom. As a Coach you will be helping a newly qualified teacher to: Be the best they can […]

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Hot off the press – download our latest Highlights brochure today!

The second annual Highlights brochure is hot off the press and showcases how DHL colleagues are supporting the education and employability of young people across the UK. “A very special thank you to everyone who fundraised and volunteered to support their local community, chosen charity or DHL UK Foundation programme in 2016. We hope our Highlights brochure […]

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Season’s Greetings

A very special thank you to everyone who has supported one of the school and community programmes in 2016! The DHL UK Foundation team and Trustees wanted to wish Season’s Greetings to you and our charity partners. 2017 is shaping up to be a very exciting year – with more opportunities than ever to support […]

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DHL volunteers build the first inland beach school

Thanks to the efforts of 20 volunteers and a £10,000 grant from Transform It! a former flooded playing field at the Brooke School, Rugby has been transformed into an all-purpose multi-sensory beach school – a place where students can experience den building, cooking, sensory learning, pond dipping and rock scrambling. The newly transformed beach was unveiled […]

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