The Ewelme Exhibition Endowment exists to provide financial support to improve the educational opportunities for young people.

It is one of three charities, which together make up the Ewelme Trusts, first established by the Duke and Duchess of Suffolk ( William and Alice de la Pole ) in 1437.

Today it supports the education of young people resident in Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and parts of Wiltshire and Hampshire.

The objects of the charity are clearly set out in the governing Scheme (Charity No 309240), and are administered by a Governing Body.  The Governors are volunteers chosen for their experience and local representation.

Every year we award a number of Ewelme Financial Awards (EFAs) for Bursaries in schools and for Grants to applicants in schools and organisations who meet our criteria (see “How we work”).

‘I was very fortunate to receive a Ewelme Scholarship Award whilst at school in Oxfordshire and wanted to let you know that I have just graduated from Durham University with a 2.1 degree in Economics. In addition I am now rowing at an international level.
Thank you so much. I believe that the opportunity to attend such an excellent school has been a key factor in helping me to achieve.’