A selection of projects we fund
Something to Look forward to
Something To Look Forward To is a family run charity website that enables individuals and businesses to donate 'gifts' and 'experiences' to thousands of families affected by cancer, especially those struggling emotionally and financially.
At just 20 years of age, Duncan is already a multi medal winning athlete. Hailing from Glasgow, Duncan brought home six swimming medals from this year's Commonwealth Games making him the most successful Scot ever at a single games.
Menna Fitzpatrick & Jen Kehoe
Menna and Jen are Great Britain's most successful winter Paralympians this year! Despite having only 5% of her vision, Menna, with her guide Jen, won four medals at the 2018 winter Paralympic Games in alpine skiing.
Mahama has excelled at Taekwondo, winning silver at the 2017 World Taekwondo Championships. Off the mat, Mahama spends time visiting local schools - a keen advocate for anti-bullying, he speaks of his experience adapting to life in the UK at the age of 8.
Brighton Pebbles offers access to mainstream children's activities and play centres for those with special needs.
De Haviland Aircraft Museum
With the help of a team of dedicated volunteers, Britain’s oldest aviation museum is preserving the heritage of one of our most important aircraft companies for future generations
The Royal Shakespeare Company
Bringing the complete works of playwright William Shakespeare to as wide an audience as possible is the core mission of the celebrated Royal Shakespeare Company, while also staging works by his contemporaries and today’s writers
The Pump - History of Grime
This Birmingham charity supports the development of young people, especially those experiencing disadvantage and isolation. The History of Grime is one of their music projects being supported by the National Lottery funding
Established in 2011 by Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival, Miss Represented is a collective of artists, support workers and young women based in Brighton, making powerful creative work for personal development and social change.
Northern Ireland’s only dragon boat team for breast cancer survivors gives participants a fun and supportive way to feel physical and emotionally stronger after treatment
Youth Sport Trust
This charity has an impressive 20-year record of improving the lives and health of young people across the UK by encouraging and supporting the take-up of sport in schools
The School Games
The School Games keep competitive sport at the heart of schools and provide more young people with the opportunity to achieve their personal best.