We support smaller charities where relatively small grants can make a huge difference. Working in this way also means that every year we can support hundreds of charities and reach more people: over the last 24 years we’ve raised over £50 million, supporting hundreds of charities.
We’re a grant-making charity with a difference: most of our funds are raised from donations or fundraising by our Partners and employees, and the company matches every pound we raise.
Started by Partner Stephen Mitchell in 2011, this year the Yorkshire Children of Courage awards raised over £100,000. Over 700 people attended the event where 12 young people were honoured for their achievements including young carer Rosie King, who supports her parents and cares for her two younger siblings who both have autism.
We’ve been supporting Hope and Homes for Children for 12 years, donating over £5million to support their work. This year, Partner Ian Jamieson undertook the Kalahari Augrabies Extreme Marathon, raising over £36,000. The money raised will mean 30 children can leave orphanages for foster homes, families or community-based care.
Over 80% of our community make regular donations to the Foundation from their earnings. They also raise large amounts through fundraising events. If you’d like to join them and make a donation, please click on the link below.
The Foundation of Light were granted £101,435 towards the Back on Track project, an Employability programme for NEET young people.
Children in Crossfire have been awarded £27,929 to improve the school readiness of 10,400 children in 54 government pre-schools in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and specifically the nutritional needs of 1,900 vulnerable children aged 4-5 years.
The Forget me not children’s hospice have been awarded £96,468 to support the costs of a Nurse Consultant in the Children's Palliative Care post over 3 years.
Saracens Sport Foundation will receive £87,000 to support the Foundation's work with children and young people with autism and more specifically to help cover the costs of running 'The Sarries Club'.
UK Charity Amantani has been awarded a grant of £8,439 to support the costs of their innovative ICT Academy, educating disadvantaged and marginalised young people living in the Southern Andes Region of Peru. Young people like Gabriela pictured taking part in an ICT lesson.
Every year our Partners and employees organise and take part in a whole range of fundraising events. Find out what’s coming up and how to get involved here.
We aim to make a significant difference to the lives of young people. If you represent a UK registered charity and would like to apply for a grant, you can find out more here.
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