Grants Made

Grants made in the year to 5th April 2019

57 FourteenC, D£1,000
A Second Chance (Kenya)A, D£1,000
Action for Education (Greece)E£500
African Great Lakes Peace TrustA, B£2,500
African Village SupportD, F£500
All for Love and Love for All (Sierre Leone)B, D £500
ASSIST SheffieldE£500
Association of Visitors to Immigration DetaineesE £1,000
Cameo-Aid (Uganda)D£500
CLEAR Community (Java)D, F£500
Clothing SolutionsD £1,000
Deki LimitedD, F£500
Educate for Life (Rajasthan)D£500
English Language Study Centre (Liverpool)D, E£500
Every Casualty WorldwideB£3,000
Firefly International (Bosnia & Herzegovina)B, D, E£1,000
Growing Point UKE£500
Hexham Local Quaker MeetingA, B£500
Homemakers (Monmouthshire)D, F£500
HPE International Development Agency UK (S. Ethiopia)D, F£500
Inspire ZimbabweD£1,000
Jubilee ScotlandC, D£1,000
Kids Club Kampala (Uganda)D, F£500
Life Works/FootprintsD, F£500
Living Rent (Glasgow)D, E£500
Lorna Young FoundationD, F£500
Luna Children's Charity (Turkey)D, E£1,000
Mediation and Advice Project CICB, D£1,000
Midaye (FGM Somalia)D, F£500
Mobile Education PartnershipE, D£500
Norwich Internatinal Youth ProjectE, A£1,000
Operation NoahF£1,000
Peace Brigades International (Columbia & Honduras)A, B£2,000
Perspectiva UKA, C£500
QPSW Peaceworkers SchemeA, B£3,000
Refugee Info BusD, E£2,000
Refugee Welcome Trust, Together Now (Lancashire)E£1,000
Respond (Lesbos)E£1,000
School Club ZambiaD, F£500
Seed International Fund Trust (Nicaragua)D £500
Sewing 2gether All NationsC, D, E£500
Southwark Day Centre for Asylum-SeekersE, F£500
St. Francis, Heartsease (Norwich)C, D£500
The WSUP Charity (Bangladesh)D, F£500
Tiyeni (Malawi)D, F£500
Trio UgandaF, E£500
Tushinde Children's TrustD, E£500
Village Aid GhanaD£500
Voyage YouthE, D£500
War Resisters' InternationalA, B£1,500
Whiteinch Centre (Glasgow)E, D£500
World Literacy FoundationD£500
World Wide Education Project (Kenya)E, F£1,000
Wrexham Local Meeting A£1,000
Youthful Productions LtdE£500
Total grants made£46,500

Many projects met more than one of the criteria; listing here is by main criterion and percentages are approximate:

A. Quaker work and witness26%
B. Peace-building and conflict resolution12%
C. Interfaith and ecumenical understanding6%
D. Community development work in the UK & overseas33%
E. Work with asylum seekes and refugees, including displaced people19%
F. Sustainable development3%