Winston Churchill Memorial Trust
What we do
Each year more than 100 Fellowships are awarded for a wide range of projects. The Fellowships provide a unique opportunity for British citizens to travel overseas to bring back fresh ideas and new solutions to today’s issues, for the benefit of others in the UK. This allows them to maximise what they can achieve in their lifetime, both as leaders and role models to inspire others, but also in personal development terms. These opportunities are offered to people of any age, gender, ethnicity or religion, with or without educational qualifications, and in any occupation or none.
Churchill Fellows have strong projects and a passion to make a difference to others. In particular we support those who would not normally be able to take time away from work to research their ideas, or who would find it difficult to access funding through other channels. Many applicants work in the public services such as nursing, teaching, social work and probation, or in the community and voluntary sectors, where this kind of opportunity is rare. We also fund individuals to preserve particular crafts and skills.
Those Fellows who are selected are highly motivated individuals, who return with a focus and vision to improve their profession and community.