The Highland Community Education Project in Cambodia
Trusts and Foundations
How can Trusts, Foundations and Private Ancillary Funds work with CARE?
Trusts, Foundations and Private Ancillary Funds provide important financial support for CARE’s work in fighting poverty and bringing lasting change to some of the world’s poorest communities.
Grants made available to CARE by Trusts, Foundations and Private Ancillary Funds help to cover some or all of the operational costs of a project.
Donors can direct their funding to a specific project or to an area of particular interest to them. CARE provides detailed project proposals to potential donors to help them identify projects they could support. For example, donors may wish to fund projects providing healthcare, education or safe and clean water systems, or they may wish to fund a project in a particular country where CARE works.
Throughout the term of the grant, donors are regularly informed about the long-term sustainable impact of their funding through detailed reporting and evaluation. Opportunities also exist for donors to visit the project they have funded.
One of CARE’s longest running projects, the Highland Community Education Project in Cambodia (pictured), has benefited from the long-term support of a number of Trusts, Foundations and Private Ancillary Funds. Over the years, these donors have funded the project with a continued commitment to the improvement of literacy levels, curriculum development and access to school for children in remote community schools in Cambodia.
We are happy to discuss project proposal options with potential donors at any time.
Who to Contact
If you are a representative of a Trust, Foundation or Private Ancillary Fund or you are interested in establishing a fund in order to make grants for charitable purposes, please contact:
Tel: 03 9421 5572