These grants contribute to our work across our two strategic focus areas: tackling the UK’s dirty money problem and helping high potential non-profits make a step change in their organisational development. We also made grants in line with our founder’s legacy, to initiatives in South Africa.

Athena Foundation

  • A non-profit supporting the APPGs on Fair Business Banking, and Anti-Corruption & Responsible Tax.
  • Grant: £50,000 x 3 yr to work on economic crime.

Institute of Business Ethics

  • A UK charity that supports business to achieve the highest standards of ethical behaviour.
  • Grant: £27,000 x 2 yr (average amount per year) to convene a taskforce on the role of UK lawyers in relation to kleptocracy.


  • A UK charity that aims to make whistleblowing work for individuals, organisations and society.
  • Grant: £25,000 x 3 yrs for policy work on whistleblowing.

Face Equality International

  • A UK charity that aims to build a global social movement for face equality
  • Grant: £30,000 x 2 yrs to protect the rights of people with facial disfigurements in Low & Middle Income Countries.

Canon Collins Trust

  • A UK charity that funds scholarships for higher education in Southern Africa, to advance social justice.
  • Grant: £30,000 x 3 yrs for Joel Joffe scholarships to outstanding law students in South Africa.

We also made two other small grants to initiatives in South Africa related to Joel Joffe’s legacy:

  • University of the Free State, for a contribution to Bram Fischer Scholarships in law.
  • Equal Education Law Centre, for the Arthur Chaskalson Memorial Lecture.