Arkwright Scholarships Trust
Engineering Scholarships for Sixth Form students (2017/2019) and one undergraduate scholarship (to be awarded in 2018).
Business Council for International Understanding
Towards its work to encourage dialogue between business and government leaders worldwide.
Chelsea Academy Foundation
Towards the Access Programme for disadvantaged students in 2018/19.
Chelsea Physic Garden
Eranda Rothschild Horticultural Trainee 2017.
Children's Scholarship Fund
To help provide scholarships enabling low-income children in the US to attend private schools in order to expand educational opportunity.
Subsidy Fund for students and young people in training.
Economist Educational Foundation
Burnet News Clubs Programme in 2017/18
Travels to my Elephant, Rajasthan, 2017 - to shine a spotlight on the plight of Asian elephants and supporting the creation of Indian elephant corridors.
Fresh Air Fund
Outdoor summer adventures in Canda and New York - residentials for New York children from low-income communities.
Give A Book
Expansion and development of the charity's work providing books to projects, charities and organisations, such as schools and prisons, to promote reading for pleasure.
Institute for Policy Research
Towards the Margaret Thatcher Conference on Security in June 2017.
Towards the work of the Atta'a Assistance Centre in East Jerusalem - helping Arab residents access their rights.
Towards its work to bring an inclusive Liberal Jewish way of life to Jewish communities in the UK.
London School of Economics
Annual Fund - supporting students.
McCain Institute for International Leadership
Towards the Kissinger Fellowship at the McCain Institute for International Leadership.
Towards the Commonwealth Walkways Project providing a safe, accessible and attractive place in every Commonwealth nation and territory to inspire people to walk.
Special Needs teaching at the PACE School in Aylesbury.
Peterson Institute for International Economics
Two Eranda Rothschild Junior Fellowships at the Peterson Institute - designed to give men and women who are at an early stage of their careers the opportunity to work in an intellectually challenging, highly collaborative, and policy relevant environment, alongside some of the world’s leading economists.
Plan International UK
'Turning girls into teachers' - project to support 485 young women in Sierre Leone to move from a life of poverty to a future with opportunity.
Cross-community and cross-cultural work with schools in Ireland.
Support for the charity's work with disadvantaged and challenging children in Milton Keynes - specifically its clubroom teaching.
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Supporting Kew as a Joseph Banks Patron.
Royal Horticultural Society
Support for the RHS's work via its Fellows Scheme.
Royal Institute of International Affairs
Support for the work of Chatham House's study of international problems through research, reports, academic journal, magazines, and meetings.
Sandy Hook Promise Foundation
Supporting the Foundation's work to prevent gun-related deaths due to crime, suicide and accidential discharge.
Snowdon Awards 2017 - provision of awards to help young people with disabilities to access vocational and academic courses in the UK and help them achieve their full potential.
Towards provsion of support to low-income students in the US to enable them to become college-educated leaders in their families and communities.
Tallahatchie River Foundation
Support fort the Tallahatchie Early Learning Alliance in Mississippi.
Tring Park School Trust
Towards the school's Scholarships and Bursary Fund - investing in performers of the future.
Support for the Mali Elephant Project - to train 50 community Eco-guardians in communication and surveillance.
UK Friends of the Peres Institute for Peace
Twinned Peace Sport Schools 2018.
University of Bath
University of Cambridge
PhD Scholarship - Faculty of Architecture & History of Arts.