Founder-led
charities

The Foundation directs its support to small entrepreneurially led charities focussed variously on enhancing education in developing countries and war zones, aiding those with disabilities, and combatting poaching, the mistreatment of animals and the degradation of natural habitats.

Here are some examples:

Blue Apple Theatre is a UK registered charity that organises theatre productions performed by children with learning disabilities, particularly those with Downs Syndrome.

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The Bumblebee Conservation Trust is a registered charity in both England and Wales and Scotland that promotes, for the benefit of the public, the conservation of bumblebees; and advances the education of the public in the conservation, protection and improvement of the natural environment

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Charlie Waller Memorial Trust is a charity that helps young people in the UK suffering from depression by providing training to school teachers on how to identify possible victims and how to help them address the issue.

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Chase is a UK registered charity that operates in Kenya providing contraception implants to women and tree planting in schools.

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Firefly International is a UK registered charity that runs education programmes for Syrian refugees in Turkey and displaced children in Syria.

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Green Gecko runs a care home and provides education for disadvantaged children and their families in Siem Reap, Cambodia.

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Vanessa Grant Girls’ School is a highly regarded private school located near Nukuru in the Rift Valley of Kenya catering to 350 girls aged 13 to 17 most of whom go onto to University and successful professional occupations. Perivoli Philanthropy provides full five year bursaries each year for two less privileged girls from the local community to join the school. The candidates are selected by Dandelion Africa.

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Xavier Project is a UK charity that runs children and adult and education programmes in refugee camps in Kenya and Uganda.

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