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The Trust supports commercial education by helping institutions to learn how to trade profitably in an ethical and socially acceptable way.

We are an independent grant-making charity founded by the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Applicants for grants are considered from educational and training institutions, charities or not-for-profit organisations.Click here for more

Find out how to apply for a grant from the Trust.

Find out how to apply for a grant from the Trust.

Find out the criteria on which grants are awarded - then complete the online Application Form.Click here for more

Find out more about the Trustees. Find out more about the Trustees.

Read about their backgrounds and individual areas of specialist interest - it may well help you when putting together a grant application.Click here for more

Find out more about the history of the Trust. Find out more about the history of the Trust.

The Trust's origins go back to 1887, when the London Chamber of Commerce opened its Commercial Education Department overseen by the then Commercial Education Committee of the Chamber.Click here for more

Latest project...

The Worshipful Company of Marketors

The Worshipful Company of Marketors
Annual City Lecture

On 17 November the Trust co-sponsored, with The Chartered Institute of Marketing, the Marketors’ Company’s Annual City Lecture given by Kevin Roberts, Worldwide CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi, on the subject Carnival of Light – Creating Loyalty Beyond Reason in the World Today. In a fascinating presentation he explored the power of creativity, interactivity and sustainability to make a difference in today’s fast-paced and financially challenging environment. 

The Lecture was held in the stunning setting of The Great Hall at Bart’s Hospital in the City of London. Click here for more

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