Since 2002, the Foundation has given a total of £378,500 to these charities:

(Click on a photo or charity name for more details.)

Jamie’s Farm, "farming, family & therapy" helping disadvantaged young people fulfill their potential. *

StreetDoctors, teaching first aid - and changing attitudes to violence - among at risk young people. *

Oxford Summer Schools, helping create Oxford University opportunities for state school teenagers. *

Young Carers, sponsoring family fun days out for young people who are caring for someone at home. *

TheHorseCourse, running innovative behaviour-changing courses for troubled young people.*

Capital Kids Cricket, encouraging participation in cricket by children at inner London state schools.

Drive Forward Foundation, helping young care leavers to realize their potential.

Red Balloon, providing a supportive learning environment to help young children recover from bullying.

CCHF All About Kids, organizing activity holidays for underprivileged inner city children.

Children’s Heart Federation, helping children with heart disease, and their families.

Magic Breakfast, providing healthy breakfasts for thousands of hungry primary school children.

Back-Up Trust Youth Programme, aiding the rehabilitation of young people paralysed by spinal injury.

Starlight, providing Fun Centres to brighten the lives of children in hospital.

SeeAbility, for specialist therapy for young people who are blind and have other profound disabilities.

Elizabeth Foundation, for education and encouragement for hearing-impaired children and their families.

Springboard, providing one-on-one help for inner city children lacking basic literacy skills.

Donna Louise Trust, caring for children who are not expected to reach adulthood.

Afasic, providing remedial courses for children with speech impairments.

British Blind Sport, organizing a range of sporting activities for blind or partially sighted young people.

We have also supported causes related to road safety:

RoadPeace, to support their efforts to reduce death and injury on our roads.

S.C.A.R.D, to relieve distress among those who have been bereaved or injured in a road crash.

S.A.F.E. Justice, to help the families and friends of Britons killed on foreign roads.


* Our last eight grants went to these charities.     ø This was our first grant to this charity.