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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Community & Environment
Geography: Gibraltar | Year: 2010-2016

Gibraltar International Dance Festival

It’s hosted in Gibraltar – but attracts dancers from around the world…

Community & Environment
Geography: United Kingdom | Year: 2018-2019

Community by Nature, Forest Skills Project

Merseyside based charity Community by Nature is using the outdoors to help young people gain self-esteem and independence – so they’re ready for the workplace.

Access to Opportunity
Geography: India | Year: 2011-2015

Sarvodaya Ashram, Pehcahaan programme

Adolescent girls who’d had to drop out of school were helped back into mainstream education.

Community & Environment
Geography: United Kingdom | Year: 2018-2019

Yes Futures, Rising Futures programme

Lack of confidence is a huge barrier to success, that’s why we’re supporting the Rising Futures programme which helps young people boost their self-esteem.

Access to Opportunity
Geography: India | Year: 2008-2012

Sarvodaya Ashram, Udaan programme

We partnered with Sarvodaya Ashram to provide innovative programmes that help girls stay in education.

Access to Opportunity
Geography: United Kingdom | Year: 2016-2017

Team up, West London Tuition Programme

An inspiring role model can change a young person’s perspective. Team Up work with pupils from low income backgrounds to help them at school.

Access to Opportunity
Geography: United Kingdom | Year: 2018

St Paul’s Girls’ School, bursary programme

St Paul’s Girls’ School provides bursary places so promising students can access outstanding education.

Access to Opportunity
Geography: United Kingdom | Year: 2016-2017

Bright Futures, Aiming Higher Project

The longer a young woman stays out of education or the job market, the deeper the impact can be.

Access to Opportunity
Geography: United Kingdom | Year: 2018-2019

Bright Ideas Trust

Universities, businesses and charities are working together to back future entrepreneurs and business owners.