The Master’s Fund
The annual fundraising programme of The Worshipful Society of Apothecaries General Charity Ltd
Apothecaries’ Hall, Black Friars Lane, London, EC4V 6EJ
Charity number 284450
Why this is important
Dropping out of medicine wastes talent, money and lives. And it crushes a young person’s dreams.
You can make a difference
We can’t pay off a student’s debts. But we can give a helping hand. We know that it isn’t just the monetary value of the donation that makes a difference, but it’s the fact that somebody cares.
As a Livery Company, the Society has been helping its community for four hundred years.
We like to think that our Society still cares.
“Thank you for supporting me when I was a medical student, struggling financially when my father was made redundant.”
Grant recipient, now graduated
Today’s students live in a very different world. Some of us were lucky enough to have our University fees paid by the state. We could even apply for support grants.
Today’s students can expect to leave education with tens of thousands of pounds worth of debts.
Particularly for those studying medicine as a second degree, success or penury can rest on a knife-edge. Illness, loss of a part-time job, and suddenly the sums no longer add up.
The Society gives a grant to one or two medical students at every medical school in England and Wales, and to a small number of pharmacy students. Please note that the Society does not accept unsolicited funding applications.
You fund these grants
How much should I Donate?
Everyone can donate something to the Fund. By comparison, the annual cost of:
Saving someone’s dreams £250?
Can you give more?
Perhaps you can afford a greater amount. Members have done the following:
Sponsor a grant to a specific School:
Set up a named fund:
“The more we raise, the more we can give, the more we can help”
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