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(Registered Charity No: 1088315)
Charity Commission for England and Wales
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Over the last five years they've made 35 significant donations to registered charities totalling £289,430

When Amount Grantee Donors To be used for
14/03/2018 £5,675 CHILD.ORG INTERNATIONAL 2 To identify whether Finnish-style 'Baby Boxes' could be a tool for improving childbirth outcomes, reducing deaths in the crucial first 28 days and ongoing health concerns in low resource settings.
14/03/2018 £7,950 LONDON RECLAIMED 4 We are looking to take on an administrator to help support our team who are employing, training and mentoring young people in our two social businesses.
14/03/2018 £7,087 SARAH'S RURAL LIBRARY FUND 1 The Rural Libraries of Cajamarca aim to support the indigenous communities with literacy; provide information and training through books; record local histories and support cultural activities of the peasant communities.
25/01/2018 £8,152 GRIT: BREAKTHROUGH PROGRAMMES 7 Working with Ark Elvin Academy and utilising the power of the community to provide a new solution to positively transform the lives of excluded young people in Wembley.
31/12/2017 £10,265 GEN - Grassroots Empowerment Initiative 1 To provide catch up education, including literacy and numeracy, to as many unschooled teenage girls in the Tijara Block, Rajasthan, as we can reach with TFN and other funds raised
31/12/2017 £12,657 Kiteka 1 "Digital Women" is a project to train 500 disadvantaged women across Kampala, Uganda with business and digital skills using smartphone technology.
30/11/2017 £11,378 Just Like Us 1 Our relatable role model programme empowers young people to address homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying and improve the wellbeing of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender school pupils.
30/11/2017 £14,002 Lotus Flower Trust 1 To fund the building of a workshop to accommodate a recycling machine which changes rags into paper and will allow the Centre to create self-sustaining income.
31/10/2017 £20,640 The Fatherhood Institute 2 FRED is a simple, compelling father-child reading challenge run in nurseries and schools. We want to extend reach and improve resources and support so more EAL families can participate.
25/09/2017 £6,162 ASPYRE AFRICA 1 To provide 20 'talibes' (aged 15-25_ with a 10 months formal training in horticulture, tailored to their profiles, in Saint-Louis, Senegal; to provide them with the skills and knowledge required to secure sustainable livelihoods.
25/09/2017 £7,609 CORALI DANCE COMPANY 4 To offer SEN schools in the UK an insight into Corali's methodologies which empower young people and children with learning disabilities through dance.
25/09/2017 £6,348 THE CENTRE FOR INNOVATION IN VOLUNTARY ACTION 4 A zero-input and zero waste aquaculture means of sustainably farming a variety of ocean produce such as seaweed, oysters, mussels and clams to stimulate the local economy in coastal communities across the British Isles
19/09/2017 £2,775 THE HUDDLESTON CENTRE IN HACKNEY 3 Offering opportunities to young disabled people to gain work experience in a social enterprise, making healthy juices for the people of Hackney.
19/09/2017 £2,775 YOU MAKE IT 5 A holistic, self empowerment programme for young marginalised, unemployed and underemployed people from Hackney and Tower Hamlets to become active in the social, cultural and economic life of the city.
06/07/2017 £6,995 MULTI AGENCY INTERNATIONAL TRAINING AND SUPPORT 2 Reducing infant and child mortality and improve the life expectancy of children with disabilities and feeding difficulties by teaching healthcare staff adn parents simple feeding techniques.
06/07/2017 £5,487 MAD ABOUT ART 1 Reducing the vulnerabilities of girls and young women to HIV infection. The project will change lives by improving access to sexual health services, providing sustainable income.
06/07/2017 £9,155 LONDON VILLAGE NETWORK 2 Harnessing the power of volunteering to offer a platform of support to widen the network and prospects of young people from disadvantaged social economic backgrounds.
22/06/2017 £2,755 VITAL XPOSURE LIMITED 2 Vital Xposure will recruit an Associate Writer to initiate work with four disabled playwrights. To improve participants' future professional prospects.
22/06/2017 £3,171 THE HUDDLESTON CENTRE IN HACKNEY 3 Offering opportunities to young disabled people to gain work experience in a social enterprise, making healthy juices for the people of Hackney.
15/06/2017 £4,009 ARUKAH NETWORK 1 CHGN brings together community 'Clusters' to solve development problems and achieve sustainable health, wellbeing, happiness and prosperity.
15/06/2017 £3,129 STREATHAM YOUTH AND COMMUNITY TRUST 2 SYCT reduces social isolation in the local area by providing opportunities for children and young people to develop skills, confidence and raise aspirations.
15/06/2017 £3,109 OXFORD YOUTH LAB 5 Right to Succeed brings together other charities to help schools in low-income communities adopt the most effective practices and transform education provision.
08/06/2017 £3,307 THE GIFTED ORGANISATION LIMITED 3 Early intervention tackling social problems in disadvantaged girls and young women engaging them to learn new skills and increase confidence, and raising aspirations.
08/06/2017 £3,127 CHILDREN'S INTEGRATED PLAYSCHEMES 2 Project aiming to double number of volunteers and increase the types of volunteer role.
08/06/2017 £3,351 RESOLVE 5 Supporting, treating and rehabilitation for people suffering from substance/alcohol misuse problems.
08/06/2017 £3,158 ACTONE ARTSBASE 4 More opportunities for trainees and disabled artists and challenge and change negative perceptions of disabled people.
31/05/2017 £28,444 Shivia 2 To transition individual poultry home-farmers into groups so that in two years time they no longer require assistance and can scale their enterprise alone.
31/05/2017 £19,367 CleanConscience 2 To reduce the huge quantity of waste soap and toiletries from the hospitality sector through recovery, redistribution and re-use by creating opportunities for those on the margins of society.
18/05/2017 £5,192 HOME-START OXFORD 2 To help parents and children build positive relationships and establish positive parenting after living through domestic abuse.
18/05/2017 £4,278 SAFE! SUPPORT FOR YOUNG PEOPLE AFFECTED BY CRIME 3 To provide support for parents/carers whose children have been victims of crime, and who are struggling to know how to best support them, and need support themselves.
18/05/2017 £4,532 THE PORCH 3 To provide job skills to homeless and vulnerable people in order to give them a realistic opportunity to find part-time work or engage in a positive volunteering role.
15/05/2017 £8,749 YOU MAKE IT 5 A holistic, self empowerment programme for young marginalised, unemployed and underemployed people from Hackney and Tower Hamlets to become active in the social, cultural and economic life of the city.
30/04/2017 £12,839 Tea Leaf Trust 2 Developing personal and professional programmes supporting young people from Sri Lankan tea plantations to gain skills to access employment.
31/03/2017 £19,963 Hubbub Foundation Network 5 To create a flourishing network of community fridges that redistribute perishable food that would have otherwise been wasted to those most at need within the community
31/03/2017 £11,840 Legal Response Initiative 1 For sub-Saharan Africa to have pro-poor, equitable 'climate legislation' to protect human rights and livelihoods, developed through a participatory process.
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TO PAY OR APPLY THE FUNDS OF THE COMPANY TO OR TOWARDS OR IN FURTHERANCE OR ADVANCEMENT OR FOR THE BENEFIT OF SUCH ONE OR MORE CHARITIES, CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS OR CHARITABLE PURPOSES AND IF MORE THAN ONE IN SUCH SHARES AND IN SUCH MANNER AS THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE COMPANY THEREAFTER IN THEIR ABSOLUTE DISCRETION FROM TIME TO TIME SHALL RESPECTIVELY SELECT AND THINK FIT.