The NextEnergy Foundation is pleased to announce that in January 2019, we teamed up with One Tree Planted, a non-profit organization on a mission to reforest our planet and provide education, awareness and engagement on the importance of trees and our ecosystem.
The Francesca Rava Foundation represents in Italy NPH – Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos, an international organization that since 1954 has taken care of orphans, abandoned or in desperate need children in its Homes and hospitals in nine countries in Latin America: Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Peru, Bolivia, Mexico, Dominican Republic and Haiti.
Acumen is a non-profit impact investment fund with almost 15 years’ experience in small and medium-sized enterprises that serve low-income communities in developing countries primarily in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.
Over the Christmas period, NextEnergy Foundation teamed up with a partner to provide those affected by fuel poverty in Birmingham with a fuel voucher of £49. Across five distribution centres, there were 102 vouchers issued of which the donation has helped 169 adults and 116 children, totalling 285 people. We strongly believe in contributing to poverty alleviation globally and by helping families to have their heating on is a great way of help to tackle fuel poverty in the UK.
Empower Malawi is a small social enterprise operating in Northern Malawi with the aim of providing access to energy to hard to reach, rural communities. While solar businesses focusing on providing access to energy have thrived across much of Eastern Africa (more…)
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Makomborero is a UK based charity, founded by Mark and Laura Albertyn in 2007. It is a small charity that is run by a diverse team of trustees. Makomborero supports the work of Makomborero Zimbabwe by making grants to Makomborero Zimbabwe. (more…)
Solar Aid is an international charity organisation founded by Jeremy Leggett in 2006 and has over 10 years’ experience of working to deliver solar lighting to the developing world. They provide access to solar lights in Uganda, Malawi, and Zambia to help catalyse solar markets and eradicate the kerosene lamp. (more…)