Charity Links

A list of external links to charity related websites

Charity Links

Below you will find a list of links to external websites relating to our Charitable ventures.

  • University of Strathclyde - A leading international technological University located in the heart of Glasgow, Scotland's biggest city.
  • University of Southampton - The School of Engineering Sciences was formally created on 1 August 1999 and combines the talents and resources of the former Departments of Ship Science, Aeronautics and Astronautics, Engineering Materials and Mechanical Engineering.
  • University of Newcastle upon Tyne - Excellent teaching supported by strength and breadth in research.
  • Trinity House - The location for the Court and their Ladies lunch in July.
  • The Worshipful Company of Watermen and Lightermen - A distinguished maritime Livery company
  • The Worshipful Company of Ironmongers - Our Landlords. The Company is tenth in order of precedence and is, therefore, one of the Great Twelve Livery Companies.
  • The Worshipful Company of Fishmongers - The Fishmongers' Company is one of the Twelve Great Livery Companies of the City of London and amongst the most ancient of the City Guilds, with an unbroken existence of more than 700 years.
  • The University of Glasgow - The mission of the University is to be a major research-led university operating in an international context.
  • The Tall Ships Youth Trust - Supports the personal development of young people through sail training. The fleet includes a 200 foot square rigged Tall Ship, Stavros S Niarchos, four 72-foot Challenger Round the World Yachts and a 62-foot catamaran. Under the name Tall Ships Adventure
  • The National Archives - The National Archives website (formerly Public Records Office)
  • The Museum - The Museum in Docklands official website.
  • The Honourable Company of Master Mariners - Incorporated by Royal Charter, they are a City of London Livery Company with membership open to British and Commonwealth Master Mariners from the Merchant and Royal Navies.
  • Thames Skills Academy - TSA is a Group Training Association, a not-for-profit, employer-led organisation supporting marine-based employers operating on the Thames.
  • Southampton Solent University - Southampton Solent University exists to provide a high quality service of education, training and promotion of learning.
  • Southampton City College - Marine Apprenticeships and further education Training Provider in the Solent Region
  • SeaVision - Sea Vision is the national on-going campaign to enthuse the young people of today about the maritime opportunities of tomorrow. Awareness of, and interest in, the diversity of the maritime/marine sector is promoted through educational and maritime career
  • Seafarers UK - Seafarers UK provides vital funding to organisations and projects that support seafarers and their families in need.
  • Royal Yachting Association - The RYA is the National Association for all forms of sailing and wind surfing, motor cruising, sports boats, personal watercraft and powerboat racing.
  • R.I.N.A - The Royal Institution of Naval Architects is an internationally renowned professional institution whose members are involved at all levels in the design, construction, repair and operation of ships, boats and marine structures.
  • Pioneer Sailing Trust - The Trust, on restoring the Essex Oyster Smack, Pioneer, is maintaining the boat building ethos by developing a specialist training facility where young Apprentices learn boat-building skills and develop essential values needed to seek future employment.
  • Pembrokeshire College - Pembrokeshire College’s mission is to provide high quality education, training and support services for young people, adult learners and employers in West Wales.
  • Noss Marine Academy - South Devon College - South Devon College Marine Academy in Kingswear, Dartmouth, is based on the River Dart and is a maritime centre of excellence for training and education
  • Moore Stephens - An accountancy firm with an International network of offices. Honorary Accountants to the Company.
  • Missions To Seafarers - Caring for seafarers around the World
  • Maritime London - Maritime London is a not for profit promotional body for UK based companies which provide professional services to the international shipping industry.
  • Marine Society and Sea Cadets - The Sea Cadets, the number one youth charity based on Britain’s Senior Service.
  • M.C.A - UK Government agency responsible for Coastguard and other maritime aspects.
  • Jubilee Sailing Trust - The Jubilee Sailing Trust is a registered charity that owns and operates Lord Nelson and Tenacious, the only two tall ships in the world to be designed and built with the purpose of enabling people of all physical abilities to sail.
  • International Boatbuilding Training College, Portsmouth - Teaching the techniques of traditional wooden boatbuilding and master craftsmanship at the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.
  • International Boatbuilding Training College, Lowestoft - The IBTC provides the widest range of boatbuilding training in the world and is internationally recognised for the quality of its graduates.
  • Ince & Co - A City of London firm of solicitors specialising in maritime law. Honorary Solicitors to the Company.
  • Falmouth Marine School - Marine Apprenticeships and further education Training Provider in the South West
  • Fairbridge - Fairbridge supports young people aged who are NEET – giving them the motivation, confidence and skills they need to overcome issues such as drug and alcohol misuse, crime, unemployment and homelessness.
  • Cornwall College - Established in 1929 to meet the training needs of local industry, Cornwall College has grown to be the 2nd largest further and higher education college in the UK with over 46,000 students
  • Clyde Maritime Centre
  • City of London - The City has a long and fascinating history - the Corporation itself is over 800 years old and, while fulfilling its role as a modern local authority, it respects and preserves its rich historical legacy.
  • Came by Sea - Highlighting the role that shipping plays in the life of us all
  • Cambria Project - CAMBRIA is owned by a registered charity, the Cambria Trust, established with the specific objective of restoring, preserving and using what many view as the most famous sailing barge ever!
  • British Marine - British Marine is the trade association for the leisure and small commercial marine industry.
  • Boat Building Academy Ltd - The Boat Building Academy at Lyme Regis teaches people to build boats of the highest quality using both traditional and modern materials.
  • Baltic Exchange - The Baltic Exchange is a membership organisation at the heart of the global maritime marketplace.
  • Apostleship of the Sea - AOS works in solidarity with all those whose lives depend on the sea offerring them welfare, hospitality and spiritual support.