Our Charity Partners

2024 Partner

Ajyal Foundation for Education

Ajyal Foundation for Education is an Oxford-based organisation that develops and delivers high-quality, research led education for disadvantaged communities with a particular focus on Palestinian and refugee communities. Ajyal supports education that is informed by, sensitive and responsive to the impact of war, displacement and violence on children’s wellbeing and education. Ajyal was the first organisation to offer psychosocial support for displaced children in Gaza during this onslaught and has supported tens of thousands of children since October 2023. Currently the majority of the Foundation’s work is focused on supporting the welfare of displaced children in Gaza through the provision of urgent essentials, including food, as well as psychosocial support. Read more about the projects we are supporting .

Previous Partners

MAP (Medical Aid for Palestinians)

For over 30 years, Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP) has been reaching out to Palestinian communities, striving to deliver health and medical care to those worst affected by conflict, occupation and displacement. MAP provides immediate medical aid to those in need at times of crisis, while also to developing local capacity and skills to ensure the long-term development of the Palestinian healthcare system. MAP are also committed to bearing witness to the impact of occupation, displacement and conflict on Palestinian health and well-being, and campaign for the realisation of Palestinian rights to health and dignity. MAP is a UK-registered charity that works for the health of Palestinians in conditions of occupation, displacement and exile based on principles of self-determination and social justice. Read more about the projects we supported.

The Welfare Association

Taawon (Welfare Association) envisions the Palestinian people as citizens of an independent, free, and democratic Arab Palestine, living in dignity, prosperity and self-fulfillment, with equitable access to opportunities to realize their full potential with distinction and creativity. As a leading non-governmental Palestinian development organization, Taawon strives to make a distinguished contribution toward furthering the progress of Palestinians, preserving their heritage and identity, supporting their living culture and building civil society. It aims to achieve these goals by methodically identifying the Palestinian people’s needs and priorities and establishing the soundest mechanisms to maximize the benefits from the available funding resources. The Welfare Association is a UK registered charity established in 1993. Read more about the projects we supported.

The Palestine Childrens Relief Fund

The PCRF was created as a nonprofit, nonpolitical medical relief organization during the first Intifada by concerned people seeking ways to contribute in a positive way to the humanitarian needs of children under Israeli military occupation.  Over the past twenty-two years, the PCRF have sent over 1,000 children from Palestine, Lebanon, Jordan, Syria and Iraq for free surgery in North and South America, Europe, Asia and other parts of the Middle East.  Over 10,000 children have had direct surgery by hundreds of visiting teams from all over the world. In addition to being the main organization sending children abroad for free care and bringing in expert surgery teams to provide care and training for local medical personnel, the PCRF also run many different humanitarian programs and projects, including opening the first and only public pediatric cancer dept. in Palestine. The PCRF has field staff and offices throughout the Gaza Strip, the West Bank and Lebanon to ensure that we are able to identify and support the care of children in need.  Read more about the projects we supported.


PACES was founded in 2006 with the aim of providing healthy, structured after-school sports programs for Palestinian girls and boys; for girls as a means of getting them out of their homes and into programs that empower them within their communities, and for boys who would otherwise be on the streets and exposed to violence and negative or destructive influences. PACES believe that providing children from refugee camps and marginalised communities a fun and healthy alternative to being in their homes and/or on the streets can make an immense difference in advancing their general well-being, their physical and social development, and help them develop into productive adults in the future. Read more about the projects we supported.