Supporting world-wide educational projects
Our charity, the Tribal Foundation, supports world-wide projects, which reflect Tribal’s expertise in education.
We seek out projects which bring sustainable benefits, rather than short-term remedies. In addition to aspirational projects with a strong education theme, we complement our support of these programmes with our local giving initiative, where Tribal offices nominate a local charity to receive a donation towards a project connected to one or more of our staff.
Supplying books and professional storytellers for seriously ill children and their siblings within hospitals around the UK.
The Foundation funded a mobile bookcase that promotes distraction, entertainment and reassurance for all young inpatients. Access to the charity's books also helps prevent chi…Read the case study
Supporting adults with learning disabilities by enabling them to achieve their life goals through learning, education, training and development.
The Foundation part-funded the refurbishment of the project’s main building to enable enhanced community participation, health promotion, care, advocacy a…Read the case study
Giving every student in Higher and Further Education access to non-judgemental, emotional support.
The Foundation invested in training to equip student volunteers with the skills, tools and knowledge to manage and deliver the best possible through-the-night listening support service to students in …Read the case study
Providing practical and personalised support in response to the needs of disabled people.
The Foundation donated toward the new Access to Inclusive Education for Disabled Children project in Kafue, Zambia. 31 children are now enrolled in school for the first time; receiving the education they had p…Read the case study
Five year old Matilda was born with paralysis down one side of her body and one leg shorter than the other, meaning she never attended school. Thanks, in part to the Foundation’s support, she received specialised physiotherapy and now walks to school unaided. Matilda has learned to read and write is…Read the case study