Launched in 2009 with joint funding from the Gatsby Foundation ‘Chai – Kwa Maendeleo ya Tanzania’ (Tea – for the development of Tanzania) was the first TWF programme in East Africa. [...]
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In 2014 the Chai Project, in partnership with Unilever and the Igominyi Tea Outgrowers Association (ITOA), launched the Njombe Project in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania. This ambitious greenfield development will result [...]
The STV Children’s Appeal addresses the stark issue of child poverty in Scotland and The Wood Foundation is proud to be a partner in these efforts. The Appeal [...]
The Russell Anderson Development School (RADS) provides quality fitness and health coaching to primary schools in one of Aberdeen’s most deprived areas. The Wood Foundation is proud to work alongside [...]
Cash for Kids is responsible for ensuring that young people living in poverty in the North-east of Scotland wake up with gifts on Christmas morning. The Wood Foundation is proud [...]
In 2014 The Wood Foundation donated £400,000 to Albyn School in Aberdeen for a new Science and Engineering Centre compromising of CAD (Computer-aided design) and Science Labratories to be built at [...]
In 2014 The Wood Foundation donated £2.25milion to the Robert Gordon's College in Aberdeen for their new teaching facility named The Wood Foundation Centre for Science and Technology. [...]
Over the last six decades VSO has brought people together to fight poverty through the lasting power of volunteering. In 2008, VSO’s Global Xchange (GX) programme benefitted from a [...]
In 2008 TWF invested £300,000 over a three-year period in Project Trust to develop a wider-reaching recruitment strategy and build operational capacity. Founded in 1967, Project Trust is [...]