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Helping students to think logistics

Promoting the value of logistics to students Earlier this month two colleagues Duncan Pugh and Lee Butterworth delivered two GoTeach sessions to over 65 students at a Think Logistics workshop hosted by Rugby College. Duncan Pugh, Local Advisory Board Chair for Rugby College and Strategic Performance Manager on the TJX Contract and Lee Butterworth, Teach […]

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“Purpose, partnership and hope for tomorrow

GoTeach UK Gala Dinner 2018 This was Dr Frank Appel’s captivating message in his key note speech to the attendees of the inaugural GoTeach UK Gala Dinner that we hosted last month. Highlighting how DHL colleagues nationwide can make a positive difference to the lives of disadvantaged young people across the UK, this special evening […]

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Transform it! transforming the lives of disabled young people in Lancashire

North East Lancashire Riding schools for the Disabled (RDA) A newly installed riding hoist and ramp were unveiled on 26th September 2017 by Mayor of Hyndbun, Councillor Peter Britcliff to delighted guests attending the launch event at Clough Bottom Farm in Haslingden in Lancashire. Having secured a grant of £10,000 from the DHL UK Foundation, […]

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Watch the new TACS film

Trucks and Child Safety (TACS) is a national safety training programme funded by the DHL UK Foundation. It aims to help keep children safe around larger vehicles on the road and targets children aged seven to 11 years old, as they start to travel independently. DHL organises one day TACS training courses for UK employees […]

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Inspiring students in Northampton

DHL colleagues up and down the country are supporting GoTeach, a programme run by the DHL UK Foundation that supports the education and employability of young people in disadvantaged communities across the UK.  Dean Wyatt, VP Retail from DHL Supply Chain and long-time supporter of the DHL UK Foundation, recently delivered a series of activities […]

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Calling all talented STEM students!

In 2015 the DHL UK Foundation teamed up with The University of Edinburgh to develop the future leaders of the logistics industry. Each year we offer 15 students studying science, technology, engineering or maths (STEM) the opportunity tp benefit from a scholarship fund of £2,000 per year. Apply now! For the third year running, applications […]

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