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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Health & Wellbeing
Geography: Gibraltar | Year: 2014-2017

Clubhouse Gibraltar – mental health support

With one in four people affected by mental health problems, charities like Clubhouse Gibraltar are more important than ever.

Research
Geography: United Kingdom | Year: 2012-2014

Centre For Social Justice, Breakthrough Britain II

Is the UK education system failing disadvantaged young people? We funded research from the Centre for Social Justice to find answers and propose evidence-based solutions.

Access to Opportunity
Geography: India | Year: 2008-2009

De Nobili School, Dhanbad, Jharkhand

Kusuma Trust’s Co-Founder decided to contribute to a new campus for his old school, transforming the lives of children in the town where he grew

Access to Opportunity
Geography: Gibraltar | Year: 2010-2016

Science Museum: Science Week Gibraltar

Our partnership with London’s Science Museum has brought awe-inspiring science to students across Gibraltar.

Access to Opportunity
Geography: United Kingdom | Year: 2018

The Coalfields Regeneration Trust – Young Upstarts programme

As part of our work with coalmining communities, we funded a programme that trains young people in setting up their own business.

Access to Opportunity
Geography: India | Year: 2008-2013

Kusuma Outstanding Young Faculty Fellowships

We funded a scheme to assist young academics teaching at the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi (IITD).

Access to Opportunity
Geography: Gibraltar | Year: 2014-2017

Gibraltar’s International Literary Festival – events for schools

Prize-winning novelist Ben Okri and charity founder Dame Esther Rantzen are just two of a host of inspiring speakers who’ve appeared at the Festival.

Access to Opportunity
Geography: United Kingdom | Year: 2018

Future Frontiers

Understanding the connection between young people’s aspirations, education and future career choices is vital. That’s why we partnered with Future Frontiers.

Access to Opportunity
Geography: India | Year: 2013-2019

Teacher Professional Development

Close to 25,000 Indian students benefitted from a dedicated programme of training and support for their teachers.