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CD&R Foundation Makes Grants to London Non-Profit Organisations

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Clayton Dubilier & Rice (“CD&R” or the “Firm”) today announced that the CD&R Foundation (the “Foundation”) has made grants totalling approximately £2.4 million to three non-profit organisations in the United Kingdom over the next three years. Since June, the Foundation has committed approximately £5 million to 13 organisations that advance the Foundation’s work to support equity through opportunity in CD&R’s local communities of New York City and London.

These diverse organisations, identified as CD&R’s Talent Solution Partners (“TSP”), offer underserved and underestimated talent access to job training, high-quality jobs, and ongoing professional development opportunities throughout their career journey. The Foundation’s relationships were established in partnership with Impetus, a London-based organisation that works with corporations to find, fund, and build a portfolio of charities focused on narrowing the gaps in education and employment for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.

“When we established the CD&R Foundation our goal was to meaningfully expand the Firm’s existing philanthropic, service, and educational efforts by supporting organisations committed to creating greater economic opportunity and employment for people of all backgrounds,” said Dave Novak, CD&R Co-President and Head of the Firm’s European business. “We look forward to working alongside Impetus as we help the three organisations selected further their efforts to increase economic opportunities for historically underserved talent throughout London.”

“Impetus’ track record of developing and supporting non-profit leaders and their organisations is inspiring,” said Randy Moore, President of the CD&R Foundation. “Partnering with this talented team will allow us to deepen our support of the selected organizations, their leadership, and the dynamic talent they serve.”

Tanya Curry, Interim CEO at Impetus said:

“At Impetus we work hard to close the gaps in education and employment between disadvantaged young people and their better-off peers – but we can’t do this alone.  Our exciting partnership with CD&R will help us continue to support our charity partners City Gateway, Resurgo and ThinkForward with the means and tools to make a difference to young people’s lives. Their investment means more children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds will get the support they need to find employment.” 

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