The Royal Commonwealth Society
Founded in 1868, The Royal Commonwealth Society is a network of individuals and organisations each committed to improving the lives and prospect of Commonwealth citizens.
The Society engages with its youth, civil society, business and governmental networks to address issues that matter to the citizens of the Commonwealth. It is particularly keen to support and promote issues that interest and affect young people throughout the Commonwealth.
We awarded £30,000 to the Royal Commonwealth Society to support the Royal Commonwealth Service in March 2017.
Duke Of Edinburgh’s Award
To support its work in the North East of England.
Supporting IntoUniversity to open new centres across England
Funding for young women volunteers to deliver a special curriculum to 15-19 year-old students in Tanzania and Ghana
Teenage Cancer Trust
Supporting peer-to-peer support for teenagers and young people with cancer