A) The Trust has made total grants of £2.75 million to the Open University over a period of several years to help launch the TESSA project (Teacher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa), expand their work in the Arts and provide funding for a Chair in International Development.
B) Grants totalling £300,000 have been made to Camfed to support the Charity's work in educational projects in Africa
C) A UK based charity which runs a drug rehabilitation programme helping street children in Brazil received £15,000 towards their appeal fund to purchase a small farm in order to expand their residential treatment centre.
D) £10,000 was awarded to a UK charity which arranges cultural exchanges between children in Britain and Palestine.
E) A grant of £50,000 was awarded to a charity with the goal of contributing towards achieving universal primary education in Kenya, Sudan and Botswana through providing access to primary education for children with disabilities.
F) The Tutu Foundation received £75,000 to assist in the funding of their youth programme to promote their vision of peace and reconciliation, international friendship and cross cultural understanding, by way of an exchange programme, with participants from the UK and South Africa spending 6 months together undertaking community work in their respective countries whilst living with local families.
G) An award of £7,500 was made to a charity which promotes conflict resolution and restorative justice, to help establish a prison programme promoting a new way of thinking about how to respond to violence and resolve conflicts, to change the outlook of prisoners encouraging them not to re-offend The above are brief examples of some of the large and small grants awarded by the Trustees during the last few years