Covid-19 Update: Prism the Gift Fund is fully operational and able to respond to the needs of our clients. If you would like further information on Prism's services and how we can facilitate emergency programmes and other charitable initiatives during this time please contact info@prismthegiftfund.co.uk.

  • Refugee Youth Service

    RYS supports unaccompanied children and young people on the move in Europe to re-start and re-build their lives where they are, or safely and legally reach an alternative destination that is in their better interests

  • Relay for Refugees

    Specifically investing in educational programmes and cultural initiatives, Relay for Refugees support small grassroots organisations focused on helping and addressing the needs of refugees in France and Greece.

  • Richard Cann Wildlife Foundation

    Established in memory of Richard Cann, who was passionate about the conservation of wildlife, the foundation aims to improve the education, conservation and the protection of the Orangutan species and its habitats in Indonesia.

  • Sam’s Research Foundation

    Established by the parents of Sam who was diagnosed in 2012 with Prader-willi syndrome, this foundation funds research into life enhancing treatments to help those suffering from PWS.

  • The Hope Project

    Situated on the Greek island of Lesbos, The Hope Project aims to empower refugees by offering aid to those who arrive on the island as well as providing access to programmes of social support.

  • The Life You Can Save UK

    The Life You Can Save takes an evidence-based approach to changing the culture of giving in affluent countries. Their mission is to encourage people to give to projects that make the biggest impact towards reducing suffering and improving the quality of life for those living in poverty.

  • The Lotus Flower

    The Lotus Flower operates women's centres for women and girls living in displacement. Our fundamental belief is that women and girls are powerful drivers of change. We provide women and girls affected by conflict the strength and support they need to rise out of darkness; moving from past suffering and economic hardship to reach their full potential to rebuild their future.

  • The Offside Trust

    Set up in the wake of the 2016 British football child sexual abuse revelations, The Offside Trust is committed to supporting survivors through their healing journey and working to make sport safer for children.

  • The Worldwide Tribe

    The Worldwide Tribe brings a voice to those who have been silenced by conveying the humanity of the refugee crisis via social media, film, and through holding talks and workshops. They also deploy self-sufficient, portable Wi-Fi devices to connect refugees to the internet. 

     

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