Last year the Postal Family Fund launched its apprenticeship bursary scheme to support young people from postal families, who are seeking an alternative to university to gain experience and knowledge for their chosen careers. This new financial package aims to remove the barriers to choosing an apprenticeship, by covering costs such as travel and specialist […]Read More
On behalf of the board of trustees of the Postal Family Fund we want to say thank you for the time and effort you committed to submitting your application for the University Bursary this year. We received a record-breaking number of applications this year and sadly, we are unable to fund all applications. We awarded […]Read More
A massive thank you to the Post Office Remembrance Fellowship (PORF) for its generous donation of £35,000 to the Postal Family Fund. As the increasing cost of living affects many of our postal families, the PORF donation will be crucial to the work we do. We will continue to publicise how the Post Office Remembrance […]Read More
Isobelle and Fred excel at long/middle distance running, and the Postal Family Fund is helping them go international. Isobelle, 15 years old, qualified for England at the International School, where she won Silver (1500m). Isobelle also ran an all-time British record for 5km in her age category, achieving 16.14 for a 5km distance. Her brother […]Read More
Harry won a place in the finals of JDC Junior Darts after receiving the Rising Stars bursary from Postal Family Fund, and this year is continuing on the next stage of PDC Development for 16-24 year olds. He began travelling and entering competitions at the ripe age of six, which has helped shape his career […]Read More
This year we have been very fortunate in obtaining funding from The Civil Service Insurance Society (CSIS) Charity Fund, without which we would have been unable to offer so many bursaries. The CSIS fund of £10,000 will continue to support our postal families.Read More
Ranked in the top 18% of golf players in England, Amelia, 12 years old, has her eyes set on becoming IMG Junior World Champion. Amelia has been playing golf for just four years and has a handicap of 17. She is now rated by the World Handicap System (WHS) as being in the top 18% […]Read More
Date: 4th May 2023 Location: 185 Farringdon Road, LONDON, EC1A 1AA Postal Family Fund is pleased to invite you to our 2023 Annual General Meeting which will be held at Royal Mail Head Office, 185 Farringdon Road, London at 3.30pm on Thursday 4th May. Members wishing to attend should inform the business secretary in advance […]Read More
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