Trusts and Foundations
Support from grant-makers represents an essential component of Anti-Slavery International’s impact on our Programme and Advocacy work across the world. Together with our funding partners, we bring unique value through innovative and sustainable work to challenge slavery throughout the world.
The most useful grants are unrestricted and allow us to use the funding where it is needed most. Grants can also be restricted to geographic areas, to specific programmes, or to themes such as the work we do with children or with women and girls.
We are committed to providing high quality information to grant-making trusts and foundations including detailed proposals to fit your area of interest and regular update reports once you have funded our work.
We need to raise over £200,000 in 2016/17 and £250,000 in 2017/18 to ensure our programmes are fully funded.
If you are a trustee or have links with a trust or foundation or funding body and would like to make a real difference to the eradication of slavery around the world, please contact Leanne Werner at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 0207 501 8920.
We are registered with CAF America and as such can take advantage of their tax-exempt status under Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of the United States and can receive donations from US Foundations and US Corporations. Please read CAF America Equivalency Determination
to find out how, and contact CAF America.
We would particularly like to thank the following trusts and foundations from the UK, Europe and the United States.
Barbara Cairns Trust
Big Lottery Fund
Eileen and Colin's Trust
Evan Cornish Foundation
G C Gibson Charitable Trust
Open Society Foundations
Sir James Reckitt Charity
William Allen Young Charitable Trust
Wyndham Charitable Trust
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Bonded labour in India's brick kilns.
© Pete Pattisson
Talibés - children forced to beg, Senegal
© Émilie Régnier
Children and adults are forced to pick cotton in Uzbekistan
Women in Niger born into a 'slave' caste