Trusts & Foundations
Since we were founded in 1994, Hope for Children has been fortunate enough to work with a huge number of trusts and foundations to deliver transformational projects across Education, Healthcare and Empowering Families.
Funding from trusts and foundations is essential in driving our life-changing impact, such as our Childhood Regained Project in Northern Ghana. With the support of Comic Relief, we are working with child and communities to stop child exploitative labour. We are helping 3,700 children access education and training, while equipping 1,500 women and families to support their children’s education through sustainable livelihoods.
In Sri Lanka, we have partnered with the Thomas Cook Children’s Charity to improve essential facilities and provide specialist equipment for children with disabilities. This project provides everything from specialist wheelchairs and disabled toilets through to specialist toys, educational and vocational equipment to allow children with disabilities to participate in education, family life and become active members of their community.
Evan Cornish Foundation’s grant supported our Healthy Start project to improve the health and life chances of Ugandan mothers living with HIV/AIDs and reduce the number of babies contracting HIV by offering timely care, advice and practical support. The project will run until May 2017.
- Comic Relief
- Thomas Cook Children’s Charity
- Allan & Nesta Fergusson Trust
- Evan Cornish Foundation
- Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)
- The Deloitte Foundation
- The PTF Charitable Settlement
- The Lindsay Tripp Charitable Trust
- The Grand Charity of Freemasons
- St. James’s Place Foundation
- The Ardwick Trust
If you’re a trust or foundation and are interested in supporting our transformational work in Education, Healthcare and/or Empowering Families, get in touch with Rose at firstname.lastname@example.org.