The Alcohol Education Trust is a charity which depends on grants and donations in order to keep its alcohol education programmes free for the schools, youth clubs, sports clubs, parenting groups and other organisations across the UK that we support each year. Please do consider raising funds on our behalf – from a cake stall to running a marathon – you can donate by visiting our Get involved and fundraising page.

The Alcohol Education Trust conservatively supports 500,000 pupils a year via the 1,400 schools who have our printed resources and over 1,000 workbook downloads made on line. In total over 3,000 schools and organisations on our database have had printed resources or have downloaded the teacher workbook. We hold an average of 60 teacher training sessions per annum and 48 parent sessions with a network of staff based regionally to support schools.

The AET  also supports a further 700 organisations such as school nurses, youth clubs, sports clubs and parent groups with its free resources and training/information sessions for those who work with 11-18 year olds in schools and other settings. Donations and grants have been made to The Trust from a range of funders and grant making bodies. Over the last five years we are extremely grateful to have received grants, donations and pro bono support from:

The Alice Ellen Cooper Dean Charitable Trust


Greater Manchester Fire & Rescue Service – Youth Aspiration Fund

Ansvar Insurance


The Funding Network


 The Life Skills and Education in Alcohol Foundation


The Cabinet Office


The Garfield Weston Foundation


The St James Place Foundation


Cheshire Constabulary’s Safer Schools Partnership funded through Crimebeat

Golding Vision (a division of Golding Homes)


The Reed Education Foundation


The Childhood Trust


Google Ad Grants


The Technology Trust