Making a difference in our community

We share our valuable skills to help others. Our efforts support the employability agenda and raise awareness and support for the disadvantaged

When we founded Hedley May, we made a commitment to make a positive impact in the broader community

Our community partnerships

Helping 13 to 30 year-olds who are unemployed or struggling at school to transform their lives.

Giving students, often from underserved communities, the tools to create a brighter future for success, in college and career.

The National Charity of the British Army. Here for every soldier, veteran and their family – for life.

Provider of education, training, employment opportunities, and support for visually impaired young people in London and the South East.

How we help

Through internships, training skills workshops and career mentoring, we apply our skills to maximising the potential of others.

The Hedley May challenge 2.0!

On the road again!

The Hedley May team walked the 270 miles from our City offices at Sun Court on Cornhill to Louis XIV’s ‘Sun Court’ in Versailles raising over £105,000 for the Prince’s Trust Fairbridge Programme along the way.

Having taken a busy 2016 to recuperate we are now ready for a new challenge and will start the Hedley May Challenge 2.0 on 22nd September 2017 –  walking 210 miles from London to York over the next five years in celebration of our new New York office. We begin our walk from our offices at Sun Court with the first leg taking us north, through the Georgian terraces of Shoreditch, to join the Lee Valley on our way to Ware, in Hertfordshire.  Day two, we make our way further north of Royston where our journey will end until September 2018.

As before we will be incredibly grateful for your generous support in aid of The Prince’s Trust Fairbridge Programme and Hedley May will match every donation you make!

The Fairbridge Programme works with over 3700 of the most disadvantaged 13-25 year olds each year, helping them to take their first steps back into education, employment or training. The programme operates out of 18 centres across the UK.  Young people on the programme are often working to overcome challenges such as growing up in care, mental health problems and homelessness. Through a combination of group activities, life changing opportunities, and one-to-one support The Prince’s Trust empowers them to gain the personal, social and life skills needed to stabilise their lives and fulfil their potential. For more information visit,

By fundraising for The Prince’s Trust, you’re an important #partofPT

Your money makes a real difference to support disengaged young people across the UK, inspiring them to change their lives for the better.

To donate simply visit or Text HMPT50 £5 to 70070

Wish us luck!
The Hedley May Team