Case Study, Sustainability, Goal 4: Quality education

In 2018, we began a four-year partnership with The Prince’s Trust, a UK-based organisation providing capacity-building and job-readiness opportunities to young people who face barriers to education and employment.

As Patrons of The Prince’s Trust, we support the organisation with a financial contribution of £50,000 GBP per year and by enabling our employees to volunteer as mentors.

In 2017 and 2018, The Prince’s Trust supported more than 66,000 young people across the UK. We hope that our partnership will meaningfully contribute to the Trust’s goal of helping one million young people over the next ten years.

Funding for STEM-related activities

Around half of our financial contributions support STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) education through a series of STEM-enrichment workshops. The workshops provide young participants with the tools and knowledge that help diversify their capabilities and secure future employment opportunities.

Volunteering

We have also organised several volunteering opportunities for our people to directly offer their support. During the ‘World of Work Day’, we welcomed young participants to our offices in London, where they spent the day with our employees developing their interpersonal skills, enhancing their CVs and practising interviews. Five Hikma mentors took part in the day. We also participated in the ‘Palace to Palace’ cycle challenge to raise funds for the Trust and in doing so helped them exceed their fundraising goal by 169%.

Where are we helping?

A four-year partnership (2018-2021) with The Prince’s Trust, which supports young people across the UK who face barriers to education and employment and aims to help one million young people over 10 years

How are we helping?

Financial contributions:

Financial contributions:

Our financial assistance of £50,000 per year, half of which is directed towards supporting STEM education across the UK.

Mentorship:

Mentorship:

Five Hikma mentors took part in the ‘World of Work Day’ which aims to improve the interpersonal skills and job readiness for the student participants.

Fundraising activities:

Fundraising activities:

Our people take part in various fundraising initiatives organised by the Prince’s Trust to help raise money for their cause.