Our work

At The Mullany Fund, we actively collaborate with young individuals aged 14-19 through various impactful support programs. Our dedicated initiatives are specifically designed to foster and nurture ambition and ability among young people.

The Mullany Fund works to engage young people with life sciences, and STEM areas and to provide tailored advice, guidance and support to help them achieve their goals. After having worked sucessfully with schools, community groups and students across Swansea, Neath Port Talbot, Rhondda Cynon Taf, Bridgend, Blaenau Gwent, Carmarthenshire and Merthyr Tydfil, we are now delighted to open up our project support to young people living across all of Wales, if they meet our criteria and subject to available mentors.


Based at Swansea University, our dedicated team of charity staff and trustees manage and deliver several programmes of impactful support designed to provide young people with opportunities to succeed; to improve confidence and build resilience; and to foster a stronger sense of agency.


Mullany e-Mentoringour innovative flagship project matching young people with one-to-one professional mentors based within life sciences, healthcare and STEM.


Future Routesa programme of work experience and exposure placements, designed to enchance cultural capital and help students make informed decisions about future careers in lifescience, healthcare and STEM.

Insighta series of talks delivered in schools and online raising awareness of specific careers, routes into work and higher education, and other options.


Awards for Excellencean annual prize recognising outstanding students of Physiotherapy at University of the West of England and of Medicine at Swansea University.


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