As one of the most prominent contemporary organisations at the intersection of education and chess, the Judit Polgar Chess Foundation is fostering multi-fold strategic partnerships with its peers around the world. The JPCF is at the forefront of the campaign for introducing chess to the core curriculum of schools in Europe. Sponsoring and monitoring cutting-edge research on the wide-ranging early developmental benefits of chess and promoting cognitive structures and logical thinking in play, the JPCF equips European decision-makers with best-practices and scientific policy recommendations for curricular extensions. The JPCF is currently developing extension programs to support chess outreach curricula for children living with Asperger's syndrome, ADHD or other challenging psychological disorders. These children find learning in traditional school-settings extremely difficult even if their cognitive skills are adequate or sometimes outstanding. The JPCF is committed to support groups of people suffering in Alzheimer's disease. Researches prove that chess, which require a lot of brain power, can improve a person’s memory, delays the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. The JPCF aims to support groups living with disabilities by all means.