Esmee Fairbairn

Esmee Fairbairn: Arts (preservation and use of nationally significant collections to encouraging innovative new projects), education and learning (practical solutions to help disadvantaged people), environment (nature conservation and work that addresses sustainability and wider environmental issues, such as climate change) food (food and in its impact on people, communities and the wider environment), social change (addressing the needs of people in society who suffer the effects of institutional injustice or those who have not enjoyed the kinds of opportunities in life that many of us take for granted). They fund registered charities and other forms of organisations – however, when funding non-registered charities they would still expect the work to fall within the definition of what is charitable. When funding non-registered charities, we also need to see a copy of the applicant organisation’s constitution.