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The National Philanthropic Trust group of charities, including NPT, NPT UK and NPT Transatlantic, has sent billions to charities in more than 70 countries on 6 continents. Our donors support a wide range of causes in all corners of the world, like food sustainability, healthcare access and literacy programming. From London to Lusaka, we invite you to explore the charitable impact we have across the globe.
A $3,096,800 GRANT to a charity in London for the purchase of PPE (personal protective equipment) to support NHS staff, volunteers and care workers fighting Covid-19.
A €250,000 GRANT to Institut Pasteur in France for COVID-19 research tools, diagnostic tools, and vaccine candidates.
Djibouti City, Djibouti
A £170,000 grant provides a child-friendly community space and programming at a refugee center.
A $25,000 grant funds programming and activities that help senior citizens maintain their independence and enjoy their lives.
A $5,000 grant maintains and improves the off-leash dog exercising area at King County’s Marymoor Park.
A $2,250 grant supports a paleontological site that introduces students to the fields of geology, paleontology and archeology.
A $2,500 grant enables sustainable farming practices to support profitable farms and produce healthy food for all people while respecting the natural environment.
A $20,000 grant supports a food bank that provides nutritious meals to more than 220,000 people in 20 counties every year.
A $10,000 grant to a literary center advances artistic development by offering readings, conferences, events and classes for writers of all ages and skill levels.
Vineyard Haven, MA
A $2,000 grant operates a summer camp for people with disabilities, including cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, spina bifida and autism.
A £8,800 grant supports higher education for students and helps operate the university’s five medical centers.
Baranof Island, AK
A $1,000 grant funds research that will help scientists understand Southeast Alaska’s humpback whale population, protect their habitats and educate the public about whales.
A $10,000 grant supports research for spinal cord and brain injuries and develops treatment for people with temporary or permanent disabilities caused by injury or disease.
London, United Kingdom
A £75,000 grant supports operations at learning centres for disadvantaged children, offering mentorship and academic support to better prepare English youth for university.
A $15,000 grant purchases special equipment to enable a children’s hospital to diagnose and treat patients with endocrinological diseases.
A $5,000 grant distributes bicycles in rural African communities to make it easier for recipients to reach school, clean water sources and economic opportunities.
Gyeongju, Republic of Korea
A $200,000 grant preserves and supports an 8th-century temple and UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A $5,000 grant helps communities in Puerto Rico recover and rebuild after Hurricane Maria.
A $150,000 grant improves clean water access by working with rural communities to build permanent and sustainable water sanitation services.
A $7,500 grant gives students the opportunity to participate in extracurricular educational programming that encourages them to realize their social and creative potential.
A $15,000 grant enables people to improve their own lives through education and programming on ecology, sustainability and conservation efforts.
A $100,000 grant ensures that girls in impoverished communities have access to a quality education and improved literacy to help them reach their full potential.
A $10,000 grant advances smart infrastructure and sustainable farming practices to protect the Amazon rainforest.
A $6,500 grant provides one-on-one tutoring to teach literacy and numeracy to disadvantaged high school students.
A $7.5 million grant supports vaccine research, enables innovation and extends the benefits of immunization by making vaccines more accessible.