Our Partnerships

Browse or filter to find stories about our past and present grants. We do not accept unsolicited applications for funding – instead we select our partnerships based on shared values and mutual interests: creating access to opportunities, improving health and well-being, and investing in our communities and environment.

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Access to Opportunity
Geography: United Kingdom | Year: 2015-2020

The Sutton Trust – Pathways to STEM

When Anurag and Soma settled in London, they began looking around the UK for ways to improve access to opportunity and education.

Access to Opportunity
Geography: United Kingdom | Year: 2018

The Brilliant Club

We’re always looking for innovative and ambitious ideas that are making a difference in education and creating new access to opportunities.

Access to Opportunity
Geography: United Kingdom | Year: 2012-2014

The Science Museum

London’s Science Museum is an inspiring place, and it was one of our founding trustees’ favourite places to visit with their own children.

Access to Opportunity
Geography: United Kingdom | Year: 2018

Thomas’s Schools Foundation – Readers’ Cup

The Thomas Schools Foundation was created ‘to enrich the educational experiences’ of children who live in the communities of the their schools.

Health & Wellbeing
Geography: United Kingdom | Year: 2018-2020

The Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Charity – Organ Care Systems

Organ Care Systems is a new technology that’s revolutionising the success of critical heart transplants, drastically improving the outlook for patients.

Access to Opportunity
Geography: India | Year: 2011-2022

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

In 2011 we committed a grant of £2.8m to The Indian Institute of Technology Delhi to help establish a new Kusuma School of Biological Sciences.

Research
Geography: India | Year: 2011-2016

The Centre for Internet & Society

Based in Bangalore, the Centre for Internet & Society is the leading civil society organisation in the country lobbying for rights related to the internet.

Access to Opportunity
Geography: Gibraltar | Year: 2009-2019

Kusuma Trust University Talks

Nearly all Gibraltarian students who are interested in university education apply to institutions in the UK, but distance and familiarity are both barriers to entry.

Community
Geography: Gibraltar | Year: 2012-2014

The Commonwealth Park, Gibraltar

Between 2012 and 2014 we donated £700,000 towards the park, which would bring much-needed recreational space to the busy town centre.