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Calls for projects

Business Partnership Facility - Enterprises for SDGs 2023A

The Business Partnership Facility (BPF) grants financial support to companies contributing to SDGs in developing countries.

Soon to be closed!

Research on epilepsy & autism

Fund Victoria: Innovative research on shared underlying pathophysiological mechanisms in epilepsy and autism

Soon to be closed!

Research into the pathogenesis of pancreatic cancer

Call for fundamental research in the field of the pathogenesis of pancreatic cancer

Soon to be closed!

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Stories
Inspiring engagement!

Marieke’s addiction to life

Quality of care

"I had my own life under control. And look, I’m still here. You’re always doing more and more because you’ve got your own life in your hands. You can say when it’s enough."
Marieke Vervoort
athlete, Paralympics Rio 2016

Using data to help combat malnutrition

Africa focus countries: Benin, Burundi, DR Congo, Senegal, Togo

"Official figures state that one in two children are chronically malnourished, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg; the real figures are even higher."
Paediatrician Adolphe Nyakasane
manager of the NGO Kesho Congo

At Accueil Montfort, women in situations of exclusion find help and comfort

Vulnerability and exclusion

"This support helps soften the blow and avoids us having to increase the residents’ financial contribution.”
Elisabeth Deladrier
Director, Accueil Montfort

Publications and figures

Your Philanthropic engagement

Would you like to find a smart way to show your engagement ?

The Centre for Philanthropy can work out a tailored scheme for you. Our flexible schemes ensure maximum impact, while you stay in control.

"Philanthropy is not only reserved for the very wealthy. We can all do something in favour of the public interest.”
Peter Piot
Honorary President, The King Baudouin Foundation