“A new year is a time for refreshed and renewed optimism; recommitting efforts and realising opportunities to evolve. However, re-entering lockdown as we re-enter the world of work after a very different festive [...]
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“How do you begin to reflect on 2020? Social isolation, loneliness, bereavement, reduced access to support networks, economic uncertainty, threats to livelihoods. Such issues and concerns have been brought to the fore for [...]
Government of Rwanda, Unilever Tea Rwanda, and The Wood Foundation Africa expand Nyaruguru tea project
Today, the Government of Rwanda, Unilever Tea Rwanda and The Wood Foundation Africa (TWFA) announced a second phase of the existing Nyaruguru tea project adding a further 3,000 hectares of smallholder catchment to [...]
Our UK Director Ali MacLachlan reflects on her decade at The Wood Foundation; the lessons she has learned, the management and team culture fostered, and the continued opportunities for transformational change and growth. [...]
The Wood Foundation has created a Charter for our team to outline our commitment to supporting one another to manage our personal health and wellbeing while delivering our professional roles from home in [...]
Jonathan Christie, Deputy UK Director at The Wood Foundation, outlines our commitment to empowering young people and why we have signed the #iwill Power of Youth charter. “This is a [...]
The Wood Foundation has committed a further £150,000 to the STV Children’s Appeal, taking its total invest to £1.2m. The Wood Foundation has supported the Appeal, which addresses the immediate [...]
Developing Scotland's young people sits at the heart of our UK philanthropic activities. In the 2019/20 academic year, our Youth and Philanthropy Initiative, Raising Aspirations in Science Education, Global Learning [...]
The Wood Foundation’s Global Learning Partnerships (GLP) programme has been reaccredited by the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS) with the award Professional Recognition in Learning for Sustainability (LfS). The [...]
A competition to design a new logo for West Lothian STEM attracted more than 650 submissions from primary school children across the region. The logo will be used on materials [...]