Community Engagement

Partnerships with Key Charities

‘We are absolutely thrilled to be partnering with these incredible charities who have already supported thousands of young people to pursue STEM. Not only does this collaboration allow us to create a collective impact, but it also provides Martingale Scholars with a unique opportunity to share their experiences and contribute to the programmes supporting young people following in their footsteps.’


Collective Impact

The partnerships between Martingale Foundation and these three charities underscore a shared commitment to promoting education, empowering learners, and advancing scientific knowledge. By leveraging their collective expertise, resources, and networks, Martingale Foundation and its partners are poised to make a meaningful impact on the lives of individuals and communities worldwide.

Through the Martingale Development Programme, Scholars will be offered the opportunity to give back to students by taking part as mentors, tutors and research hosts through these selected partnerships. The ambition is that this experience not only adds to the Martingale Scholars’ skills but also makes a difference to young people who will see them as role models.

Axiom Maths

Axiom Maths helps every child with the heart and head for maths realise the potential of their power. They do this by partnering with schools to support students from years 7-11 through maths circles and customised programmes alongside funding maths champions in schools.


In2scienceUK is a social mobility charity that mobilises the STEM community to unlock young people’s potential and empower the future generation of STEM professionals. They do this by supporting young people from less-advantaged backgrounds throughout their STEM career journey, from navigating access to higher education and apprenticeships, landing their first jobs, to supporting continual progression in their careers.

The Brilliant Club

The Brilliant Club works across the UK to support less-advantaged students to access the most competitive universities, and to succeed when they get there. They do this by mobilising the PhD community placing researchers in schools and colleges to deliver university-style learning, alongside additional programmes working with parents and tackling key barriers to university transition.