What is Co-funding

Co-funding with the ALMT allows individuals, other Trusts and Foundations, and Companies to contribute funds directly to individual, vetted and approved, project partnerships. This way of giving allows the Co-Funder full access to project applications, budgets, project visits, and reports, from a wide portfolio of amazing small organisations. With fifteen years of experience awarding grants and working in partnership with children’s organisations around the world, the ALMT is best placed to support you in your philanthropy.

 

Individual Co‑funding

As an individual, Co-Funding is an effective way to give to pre-approved small organisations, working across a variety of areas of need, supporting children and young people around the World. Through Co-Funding, you can support multiple projects through one avenue, the ALMT.

Corporate Co‑funding

We invite your company to play an active role in Co-Funding projects with the ALMT. Annually, together, we will identify projects which will motivate, inspire and instil pride in your team. Build a bespoke package of support to be spent each year on Co-Funding small, high impact, child-focussed projects globally.

Trust and Foundation Co‑Funding

We believe our partnerships are worth sharing, and by collaborating with other Trusts and Foundations, we can leverage the amount we can give, offer partner organisations increased exposure to other funders, and expand on the number of charities able to apply for a grant.

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Action for Refugees in Lewisham improves the educational attainment, confidence, and aspirations of asylum seeking, refugee and vulnerable migrant children in South East London.

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The Mango Tree is improving educational opportunities and sustainable livelihoods for disadvantaged children and young people in Africa.

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Rwanda Action supports  vulnerable and disadvantaged young people to build the knowledge and skills to create a better future.

Featured

Action for Refugees in Lewisham improves the educational attainment, confidence, and aspirations of asylum seeking, refugee and vulnerable migrant children in South East London.

Forever Angels aims to ensure that orphaned babies are fed and raised in a loving family.

Foundation for the Integration and Development of Foreigners in Poland is running Polish language classes for Ukrainian Refugees.

The Children’s Book Project seeks to tackle book poverty and to give every child the opportunity to own their own book

Alsama Project offers new horizons to refugee teenagers and women

Asilomar Foundation and Link International Innovation run organised programmes equipping people with skills to improve their quality of life.

The Streetlife Trust provides emergency shelter and support to vulnerable and homeless young people aged 16-25 in Blackpool and surrounding areas

The Mango Tree is improving educational opportunities and sustainable livelihoods for disadvantaged children and young people in Africa.

Summer Hype is a residential summer camp for children from Hackney.