When we began our work just over 15 years ago, we had not anticipated the level of success IntoUniversity would go on to achieve. The charity began in 2002 as a response to the educational inequality faced by young people in West London. Initially, the project worked with secondary school students, however it quickly became apparent that in order to have a transformative impact our work needed to start with primary students, before attitudes towards education became hardened...James Lambert, Chairman of Trustees, IntoUniversity
James Lambert, IntoUniversity's Chair of Trustees in the Spotlight: ‘"We have grown from helping a handful of individuals to a point where we are genuinely changing society for the better...It is hard to believe how much we have grown and achieved in less than ten years. It is a remarkable narrative and we are truly indebted to our founders, our staff, our volunteers and our funders who make it possible for us to pursue this inspiring vision: closing the UK’s opportunity gap through education."