The Ellis Campbell Foundation
Bridging the gap between education and employment
In 1990 Michael Campbell established the Ellis Campbell Foundation whose principal aim is to grant assist organisations across London, Hampshire and Perthshire engaged in Education and Youth.
The Foundation has a particular interest in projects delivering services to bridge the gap between education and employment for disadvantaged young people aged 16 to 25
From small youth and community groups to larger national institutions, the Foundation supports a diverse range of transformational projects across a broad range of categories. They are proud to support projects that are committed to making a positive impact and will make a real and lasting difference to disadvantaged young people.
In addition, in 2007 the Doris Campbell Memorial Fund was set up with the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Community Foundation (HIWCF) in memory of Michael Campbell’s late mother. Most of the grants based in Hampshire are now managed independently by the HIWCF, which supports innovative youth-based projects throughout Hampshire.