Projects we supported centrally

$11,300 to AfriKids to advance education for disadvantaged children and young people through the provision of school shoes in northern Ghana.

$12,000 to All Stars Project, Inc. to advance education for disadvantaged young people by giving them important exposure to the business world and helping them gain rounded experience through play and performance that will help them in their future careers in Newark, New Jersey.

$11,300 to Americans for Native Americans to advance health education for disadvantaged Native Americans by providing scholarships for student nurses in New Mexico.

$11,300 to the Association Française du Syndrome de Rett (AFSR) for the protection of society by providing children with Rett Syndrome across France equipment that will enrich their lives.

$11,300 to Book Aid International to advance universal, sustainable access to information for disadvantaged children by supporting literacy programmes and librarian training in Cameroon.

$11,125 to Cambodian Legal Education for Women (CLEW) to advance universal sustainable access to information, promotion of the rule of law and access to justice and protection of society by giving women from rural Cambodia a safe place to stay during their four year law degree.

$11,300 to Cecily’s Fund to advance universal, sustainable access to information for orphans and vulnerable children in Zambia focusing on HIV/AIDS awareness education.

$11,125 to Cetacean Research and Rescue Unit (CRRU) to advance education for disadvantaged young people by providing Scottish students from low-income households with experience that they would not otherwise have and will help set them apart in their university applications by inviting them to attend marine wildlife rescue training sessions.

$11,300 to Corazon de Vida for access to education for disadvantaged orphans in Baja, Mexico by supporting scholarships and the purchase of school supplies.

$11,300 to Cradles to Crayons to advance universal, sustainable access to information by providing essential school supplies for children from low-income families across Philadelphia.

$11,300 to Eastway Behavioural Healthcare Centre for the protection of society by supporting rehabilitation and education for girls that have been victims of abuse, domestic violence and trafficking in Ohio.

$11,300 to Envision to advance education for disadvantaged young people across London through a tailored mentoring programme.

$11,125 to First Book to advance education for disadvantaged young people with a focus on universal, sustainable access to information by providing children from low-income households with new books and enriching their reading experiences in Washington DC.

$11,300 to Future of Hope Foundation to advance access to education for orphaned girls in Zimbabwe through an enterprise development scheme.

$11,300 to Goodwill Easter Seals of Miami to advance education for disadvantaged young people through the protection of society by supporting early childhood developmental screening in the Miami Valley region.

$11,125 to Health, Exercise, Nutrition for the Really Young (HENRY) to advance science and health by giving young mothers living in deprived areas the education they need to raise their children with healthy lifestyles in Oxfordshire.

$11,125 to IMC Weekend School to advance education for disadvantaged young people by providing supplementary education for motivated children aged ten to fourteen from underprivileged neighbourhoods in the bigger cities of the Netherlands.

$11,300 to iMentor to advance access to universal, sustainable access to information for disadvantaged young people in New York through a long-term mentoring programme.

$10,100 to International Law Book Facility for the promotion of law and access to justice for disadvantaged young people across Africa through the provision of legal resources to African universities.

$11,125 to Kids in Crisis to advance education by providing young people in Norwalk (Connecticut) who are facing challenges with confidential counselling so that they are able to continue with their studies.

$10,000 to Los Angeles Habilitation House for the protection of society by focusing on youth training and education for people with mental and physical disabilities in and around Los Angeles.

$11,125 to Love 146 to advance the rule of law and access to justice and protection of society by providing prevention education to vulnerable children and young people who are at-risk of trafficking or exploitation in the UK.

$11,125 to Miami Valley Hospital Foundation to advance education for disadvantaged young people by giving them the opportunity to practice driving in a safe, non-confrontational environment with a driving simulator.

$11,125 to Not for Sale to advance universal sustainable access to information, promotion of the rule of law and access to justice and the protection of society by equipping young women who have experienced human trafficking with the education they need to rebuild their lives in Amsterdam.

$11,125 to PACE to advance education for disadvantaged young people by equipping very young children who have motor disorders with the ability to communicate and improve their quality of life in Aylesbury, UK.

$11,125 to Pearl S Buck International (PSBI) to advance education for disadvantaged young people by addressing the educational needs of marginalised and vulnerable children through one-to-one tuitions in the Philippines.

$11,300 to Princeton House Charter School to advance universal, sustainable access to information for children with autism in Orlando.

$11,125 to Promises2Kids to advance education for disadvantaged young people by supporting students in the foster care system through their final year of high school in San Diego County, helping them transition on to further education.

$3,000 to San Diego Justice Foundation to promote the rule of law and access to justice by supporting a Youth in Court day for children and teachers in San Diego.

$11,300 to Stichting Hotel Con Corazon to advance access to education for children living in poverty Cambodia by supporting a social enterprise.

$11,125 to Teen Living Programs (TLP) to advance education for disadvantaged young people by providing provide short term and long term medical, educational, vocational, career, legal and social services to homeless teens in Chicago.

$11,125 to The Covering House to advance the protection of society by providing education prevention for children at-risk of sexual trafficking and exploitation in St Louis, Missouri.

$11,300 to The Eikon Charity to promote the rule of law and access to justice by supporting education of disadvantaged young people with a specific focus on crime diversion based in Surrey.

$11,125to The Karuna Trust to advance education for disadvantaged young people by providing education for poor low-caste children who would otherwise never go to school in Maharashtra, India.

$7,300 to Toronto Lawyers Feed the Hungry by supporting access to education and advancing the rule of law through meal support and the provision of legal information in Toronto.

$11,125 to Zambia Orphans of Aids UK (ZAI-UK) to advance education for disadvantaged young people by providing education in medicine, law and teacher training to children orphaned through AIDS.

RELX Group also disburses small grants to charities working locally to its head office in London. These are the beneficiaries of funding through this scheme:

£3,000 to Concordia Foundation to advance universal access to information by promoting drama and music workshops in Tower Hamlets.

£3,300 to Futureversity to advance education for disadvantaged young people by delivering science and health career taster courses to young people aged 11- 16 years and by providing an insight into different science careers and what young people need to do get jobs in these areas.

£3,000 to KIDS to advance education for disadvantaged young people by supporting the educational and physical development of disabled babies and toddlers.

£3,000 to Kids Company to advance the protection of society by ensuring that vulnerable young people can access education and non-formal learning.

£3,300 to Richard House Children’s Hospice to promote education for terminally ill children with a focus on film production.

£3,000 to School Home Support to advance universal, sustainable access to information by providing financial assistance grants for children living in poverty.

£3,000 to The Connection at St Martin in the Field to advance education for disadvantaged young people by offering homeless young people increased opportunity to re-enter the workforce and build stable lives off the streets.