We wanted to take this opportunity to thank all of our partners who have made PEAS schools possible. Without your support, we simply would not be delivering a quality education to over 15,000 children today.

From everyone in the PEAS family - students, graduates, teachers, parents and secretariat staff - thank you

Our partners, in alphabetic order:

Avonbrook Projects Abroad

Avonbrook Projects Abroad supports education in the developing world through the provision of grants for long-term sustainable projects. They fund the recruitment, training and retention of professional teachers to provide a higher quality of education in developing countries and aim to improve vocational and post-school education and training to increase opportunities for children in the real world.

COINS Foundation

COINS Foundation is the not for profit organisation of the COINS Group. Founded in 2008, we use enterprise to address issues of social justice and influence others to use the power of business to create a better and more sustainable future. Working alongside our partners, we also work to change people’s perceptions about poverty, disability and injustice.

Costa Foundation

An independent charity, where funds are predominantly raised by employees of Costa Coffee, the second largest coffeehouse chain in the world – see https://www.costa.co.uk/ . The Foundation’s mission is to improve the life chances of boys and girls living in coffee-growing communities, by providing them with the opportunity for a safe, quality education.

Danson Foundation

The Danson Foundation was started in 2010 by the Danson Family, and is a modern and innovative grant-making organisations which supports educational projects both in the UK and abroad.

Department for International Development

The UK Department for International Development (DFID) leads the UK’s work to end extreme poverty and promote sustainable development. DFID has been a partner of PEAS since 2013, and has supported PEAS’ work in Uganda through its global Girls Education Challenge Fund and through DFID Uganda’s Strengthening Education Systems for Improved Learning (SESIL) programme.

Four Acre Trust

A charitable grant-making trust founded in 1995 that supports charities that give children and young people help in making the most of their lives. Current programmes support schools' extracurricular projects, early intervention work, education and international eye and water projects.


GlobalData is a world leading data and analytics company - 4,000 of the world’s largest companies make better and more timely decisions thanks to our unique data, expert analysis and innovative solutions delivered through a single platform. At GlobalData, our mission is to help our clients decode the future to be more successful and innovative. GlobalData supports a roster of charities, working collaboratively to engage with initiatives that extend beyond the communities they work with directly.

The Laura Case Trust

The Laura Case Trust was established in 2007 in memory of Laura Case. Laura has been working in a hospital in Uganda as part of her final year of medical training when she was tragically killed in a road traffic accident in February 2007, just 24 years old. Her family and friends established The Laura Case Trust to fund projects in education and healthcare which would have been close to her heart and where comparatively small amounts of money will have a significant effect.

MTN Uganda Foundation

The MTN Uganda Foundation is a not-for-profit legal entity that was inaugurated in July 2007 as a vehicle through which MTN Uganda implements its corporate social investments (CSI). The foundation strives to improve the quality of life in communities where MTN Uganda operates in a sustainable way. The strategic objectives of the MTN Uganda Foundation sponsorships are formulated to address national needs, including a focus on education, health, arts and culture, the environment, community development and low-cost housing and shelters.


Olam is a leading global agri-business operating from seed to shelf, supplying food and industrial raw materials to over 22,000 customers worldwide. It is our ambitious mission to drive transformation in an ethical, socially responsible and environmentally sustainable manner. There are 3 outcomes we intend to achieve: i) Prosperous farmers and farming systems; ii) Thriving communities; and iii) Re-generation of the living world.

The Peter Cundill Foundation

Established in Bermuda on 11 January 2012, the Foundation honours the legacy of renowned Canadian investment fund manager and philanthropist, Peter Cundill. The Foundation has an emphasis on promoting the health, education and wellbeing of young people.

A grant making trust set up in 1919 by Sir Ernest Cassel, the distinguished financier and philanthropist, to support educational purposes. In recent years it has focussed on three broad areas: supporting students from developing countries in their education in the UK; supporting charities running educational projects and supporting UK charities running educational projects in developing countries. The Trust is currently reviewing its grants strategy and will be publishing this on their website in August 2018.

SITA Foundation

SITA is the world’s leading specialist in air transport communications and information technology. The SITA Air Transport Community Foundation was established in 2014 to help build skills capability in the next generations of young people in Africa, through supporting ICT and education projects.   

Waterloo Foundation

An independent grant-making Foundation created in 2007 and based in Wales, the Waterloo Foundation is interested in projects that help globally to address two main areas: the disparity of opportunities and wealth and the unsustainable use of the world’s natural resources. TWF wants to help both the global community and the local community in Wales.

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