About Our Supporters Additional thanks The Allen and Overy Foundation are providing £5,000 to fund healthy breakfast provision for a London school for a year. Fantastic support. Thank you. Thank you BGRS UK for choosing Magic Breakfast as your charity of the year. Great start with a very successful breakfast fundraiser. BGRS are a talent management organisation based in Canary Wharf. Brookwood Partnership is a long term supporter of Magic Breakfast and has been fundraising for us through their partner schools. Brookwood says Magic Breakfast is a brilliant fit for them as we share their passion for children eating well. Brookwood provides a first class, dedicated contract catering service to independently run schools across the UK. The partnership's pioneering Eating For Life programme has raised children's dietary awareness since 1996, ensuring a high level of client and parental satisfaction. The Coal Shed Restaurant London is located at One Tower Bridge on the banks of the River Thames and was born from the love of cooking the finest meat and seafood over fire. The Coal Shed is supporting Magic Breakfast through the sales of bottled water. £1 from each bottle of water is donated to the charity and each £1 helps us provide 4 healthy and nutritious breakfasts to children in primary and secondary schools across the UK. Brilliant! Florentine Restaurant, situated at London's South Bank near Waterloo, is donating £1 for every Eggs Benedict, Florentine and Royale they serve. Thank you! The Gordon Fraser Charitable Trust was established in 1966 by Gordon Fraser, a publisher of books and greetings cards. The trust currently supports about 100 charities each year, mainly those working with children or young people, and those active in the environment and the arts. A fantastic donation from the trust has enabled us to provide 5,000 healthy breakfasts to children at Magic Breakfast clubs based in Scotland – thank you very much! London Clearing House LCH.Clearnet have been supporting Magic Breakfast partner schools in Tower Hamlets for five years. Their continuing support and encouragement is very much appreciated. Little Cooks Co offers healthy cooking kits for children, with a mission to teach them to love cooking and eating healthy food, and to create happy family memories along the way. Each month children are sent kits containing healthy snack recipes and all the dry organic ingredients to make them, with no refined sugar or processed ingredients. Founder Helen Burgess believes passionately that there is no greater time in life when it is more important to eat well than in childhood, and that cooking together is one of the best bonding experiences we can have with our children. Every cooking kit sold pays for a hungry child’s Magic Breakfast. We wish this tasty new venture every success and thank Little Cooks Co for their support. Newham based edtech company Show My Homework started working with Magic Breakfast in 2015. Passionate about education and the standard of learning children receive, the online homework software company wanted to partner with a charity that was helping to support students who needed help with their education. Founder and CEO, Naimish Gohil, also wanted to give back to the community in which he grew up and upon hearing about Magic Breakfast sought to sponsor a local school. As of 2016, Show My Homework have been sponsoring Colegrave Primary School’s breakfast club in Newham. Members of the Show My Homework team volunteer at Colegrave, providing students with fun, focused activities that help to enhance their social skills. Signature Recruitment pride themselves on establishing excellent working relationships, focused on serving the best interests of their clients and candidates. To help them deliver on this commitment, the Signature Service Programme was launched in 2017 to collect customer feedback. As a thank you for providing feedback, Signature wanted to partner with a charity that reflects their values: Excellence, Growth and Enthusiasm. Magic Breakfast, working to ensure that no child is too hungry to learn, was a perfect fit. For each survey returned Signature has pledged to donate one breakfast since January 2017. Very much appreciated Signature – thank you. The Topinambour Trust The Topinambour Trust generously donated through the Big Give Christmas Challenge 2018 – which enabled us to double their gift. Thank you so much for your valued support. The French Huguenot Church of London Charitable Trust Thank you very much to the Trust for their invaluable support – which will provide over 6,000 Magic Breakfasts in the next year. Urquhart-Dykes & Lord is a leading United Kingdom-based firm of Chartered Patent Attorneys, Registered Trade Mark Attorneys, European Patent Attorneys and European Trade Mark Attorneys. The firm has offices around the United Kingdom, in Bristol, Cardiff, Leeds, London, Milton Keynes and Newcastle and specialises in all aspects of Intellectual Property Law. UDL chose Magic Breakfast to be their Charity of the Year 2016 and we are delighted that they have chosen to support us again in 2017 What on Earth? Books encourage children to see the bigger picture, to make connections and inspire them to learn through their own natural curiosity. Their wallbooks fold out to reveal hundreds of hand drawn illustrations on a 2 metre long timeline covering six giant subjects; Big History, Nature, Science, British History, Sport and Shakespeare. What on Earth? started supporting Magic Breakfast in 2017 and we are looking forward to a partnership that fuels the tummies and brains of thousands of schoolchildren. Yipiyap Ltd is the brainchild of Cheshire Entrepreneur Anne Morris. It is a tutor service that harnesses the academic skills of gap year students taking a year out before university, placing them in primary and secondary schools across Cheshire to support learning in Maths, English and Science. These inspiring young people, armed with A levels, enthusiasm and empathy, in turn inspire their pupils to embrace their education and be the very best they can be. Anne’s sponsorship commitment to Magic Breakfast began with the first £500 profit she made. Anne’s experience in schools made her appreciate, all the more, the importance of a breakfast to a child’s ability to concentrate and learn. She now sponsors two schools in the region on an annual basis to ensure the children there go into school properly nourished and ready to learn. Thank you Anne and Yipiyap!