This global pandemic is a stark reminder that no matter who we are or where we come from, we are all in this together. Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have been working to reﬁne our operations to uphold and even improve support for our grantee partners. Read the letter from our President for more information.
Check it out here! It is filled with stories and videos about our grantee partners and the wonderful work that they do. Below you will find download links to the interactive online version and the printable version of the report. If you have any feedback, please let us know.
When Covid-19 hit in 2020, The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust (QCT), based in the UK, worked with its global network of young leaders to develop a response that would directly address the needs of young people who were making a positive difference in their communities during the pandemic. QCT launched a small emergency grants response programme, aiming to reach and support the people and communities that are too often left behind or forgotten in times of crisis.
The India Programme supports efforts to sustainably improve the lives of marginalised people in West Bengal, a state in the eastern region of India on the Bay of Bengal. This is because everyone should have a fair chance at creating a life for themselves in which they can move beyond mere survival to achieve their full potential.
Since the Covid-19 crisis began, Partage – Geneva’s sole foodbank, has been organising volunteers to come together three times a week to pack 5,000 bags of food and hygiene products. It has distributed these supplies at sites across the city, reaching 16,000 people in need each week.