We support a small number of organisations that create impact outside of the UK. These organisations have adopted innovative and successful approaches to operating in their regions, in the most part through fully engaging local communities from conception and development of intervention to long term sustainability and growth. This is key to any international cause we might consider supporting.



Investment Type: Equity

Aduna is an Africa-inspired health food brand and social business. Their mission is to bring the natural vitality of Africa’s ancient ingredients to consumers around the world, creating sustainable livelihoods for small-scale producers.

Aduna’s impact is achieved by creating commercial demand for under-utilised African natural products – starting with the superfoods baobab and moringa. Their range of African superfood powders and energy bars are sold in more than 2,000 stores in 18 countries. Through Aduna’s baobab fruit supply chain, 700 women in Upper East Ghana are receiving sustainable income flows, enabling them to provide basic needs to their families.



Egmont Trust

Investment Type: Impact Only Investment

The Egmont Trust supports inspirational grassroots organisations that alleviate the devastating impact of HIV & AIDS on vulnerable children and their families in sub-Saharan Africa. Since 2005, Egmont has committed over £5.6 million to more than 80 partner organisations, helping to improve the lives of over 420,000 people. Egmont’s operating costs are covered by their Trustees and Patrons, ensuring 100% of donations to go directly to projects in Africa.


Investment Type: Impact Only Investment

Green Apple is a not-for-profit social enterprise based on the island of Tierrabomba.

They are dedicated to implementing long-lasting change in the way waste and natural resources are managed by the hospitality industry in Cartagena, while creating sustainable, positive employment opportunities for local people. 

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rlabs Tanzania

Investment Type: Impact Only Investment

RLabs’ flagship Grow Leadership Academy empowers young people to recognise and respond to untapped business opportunities. In Tanzania, where there are few formal employment options for school leavers, RLabs trains and mentors young people to start businesses that are innovative and have positive community benefit. RLabs is creating accessible spaces to promote youth innovation and creativity through its Youth Café and Maker Space to be launched in late 2019.

Xavier project - farming enterprise

Investment Type: Impact Only Investment

Xavier Project’s farming enterprise aims to foster inclusive development in emergency settings in Uganda, so refugee communities can actively contribute to their host country economy.  The enterprise is used as a model farm to test new crops and best farming approaches, share learning with refugee and local small-holder farmers through technical training and increased access to information, and improve overall market conditions. It will support over 70,000 refugees and locals improve their livelihoods.

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