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The Lloyd’s of London Foundation is proud to support our charity partners around the world

Together with the Lloyd’s charities and the Lloyd’s Corporation, we support 30 charities globally who serve the communities in which we work.

Lloyd’s of London Foundation

SEO London 

Preparing talented students from underrepresented backgrounds for career success 

Lloyd’s is proud to support SEO London’s ‘Insuring Futures’ Programme, preparing talented young people from diverse backgrounds for career success and access to the Lloyd’s market. The programme seeks to raise awareness of the insurance sector as a career option for young people, develop the skills needed to succeed in a career in the Lloyd's market, attract and support young people through the recruitment process and provide high quality work placement opportunities.

“On top of delivering educational outcomes on the structure and function of the insurance markets to programme participants, Insuring Futures has clarified the opportunity set for diverse candidates within the insurance markets, providing workplace skills and a sense of belief amongst participants such that they can see themselves thriving in roles across the insurance industry.”
Andrew Fairbairn - CEO and founder of SEO London

Habitat for Humanity

Supporting communities to become resilient against climate disaster 

The Lloyd’s of London Foundation is proud to support Habitat for Humanity’s project in Addis Abada, Ethiopia, which is supporting the community to become more resilient against flood risk through smart drainage solutions, hygiene training and resilience education.

Find out more about how Habitat for Humanity Malawi, with funding from Lloyd’s, has supported communities in flood-prone regions to improve their resilience to the inevitable impact of more rainfall and flooding.

“Extreme weather events, which are becoming more frequent and intense due to climate change, have led to a significant increase in floods across Ethiopia. Communities living in urban areas, who are also challenged by limited access to water and sanitation facilities, are particularly vulnerable.

We are proud to partner with Lloyd’s of London Foundation to help communities better protect themselves against these risks. Support from the Foundation is enabling us to construct high-quality sewerage infrastructure, improve water, sanitation, and hygiene practices of families, and to develop a participatory flood risk map that will further strengthen the community resilience against flood risks.”
Tum Kazunga - CEO, Habitat for Humanity GB

Lloyd’s Patriotic Fund

RFEA - The Forces Employment Charity

Supporting military spouses into employment 

Lloyd’s Patriotic Fund is proud to support the Families Employment Advisory programme which gives spouses and families of serving and ex-service personnel guidance and resources to find routes into employment.

“The RFEA Families Programme for spouses and partners has made a significant difference to so many partners who have felt empowered, gained in confidence, and of course landed some super jobs. This has huge benefits for them, for employers who can harness this incredible talent pool, and helps the retention of those still serving. LPF’s support has been pivotal to the programme’s success.”
Alistair Halliday- CEO, RFEA

Combat Stress

Using sensory modulation to take care for veterans’ mental health 

Lloyd’s Patriotic Fund has supported Combat Stress’ groundbreaking new national pilot in sensory modulation - a practice used by occupational therapists to help individuals suffering from mental health conditions understand their senses and coping strategies to ground and calm them.  

The research will be published in early 2023 and has already been adopted by psychotherapists treating veterans nationwide.

“We are incredibly grateful to Lloyd’s Patriotic Fund for understanding our vision for how we can use sensory modulation in occupational therapy to support veterans living with trauma-related mental health problems. From funding our pilot back in 2018 to enabling us to research and create an evidence base for this work, Lloyd’s Patriotic Fund has helped us to become thought leaders in this area and pave the way for other organisations to weave this unique intervention into their occupational therapy service.”
Christie Alken - Lead Research Occupational Therapist, Combat Stress

Lloyd’s Corporation’s support globally


Mental Health Foundation

Supporting the UK’s leading charity for everyone’s mental health

Lloyd’s supports the Mental Health Foundation, the UK’s leading charity for everyone’s mental health. Our partnership supports two projects, Picture This and the Peer Education Project. These projects drive change towards a mentally healthy society for all, and support communities, families and individuals to live mentally healthier lives.

“On behalf of everyone at The Mental Health Foundation, I’d like to say a huge thank you to Lloyd’s for their continued support over the last year. With your help, we have been able to fund two of our life-changing programmes; Picture This and the Peer Education Project, helping us to reach individuals and groups disproportionately impacted by the pandemic.

Your support has enabled us to continue to promote good mental health and provide the vital tools needed to enable children, young people, and adults to confidently manage their mental health now and in the future.”
Dr Antonis Kousoulis - Director for England and Wales Research, Policy & Programmes, Mental Health Foundation


Providing emotional, education and employment support for young people who are homeless 

Lloyd’s supports Centrepoint’s education and employment programme, alongside their Psychologically Informed Environment (PIE) work. PIE’s ultimate ambition is to have a positive impact on the wellbeing of vulnerable young people experiencing homelessness, and aims to achieve this most broadly by improving how staff are able to understand young people’s needs and in turn, support them accordingly. The project also aims to improve wellbeing and outlook, by ensuring the spaces in which young people reside are welcoming, calming and homely.

“Centrepoint work tirelessly to enable young people aged 16-25 to move on from the devastating impact of homelessness. The young people Centrepoint support have been disproportionately affected by the Coronavirus pandemic including loss of employment and deterioration of mental health.

We are so hugely thankful to Lloyd’s of London for our partnership and the generous funding which is enabling Centrepoint to build back better, as we navigate this challenging time.”
Julie Milnes - Director of Fundraising, Centrepoint



Encouraging children to remain in school 

As well as fundraising for YouthStart, Lloyd's Europe has committed to delivering training sessions from colleagues who coach, mentor and support young people to build their employability skills.

“We are very pleased with Lloyd's decision to support YouthStart.

YouthStart is a non-profit organization which strives to give young people the confidence and skills to become the entrepreneurs of their own life. With the support of companies such as Lloyd's, we are able to kickstart the talents, passions and dreams of young people who are unemployed and not in school or training.

Thanks to the financial support of Lloyd’s, we are able to offer training to young people free of charge so they can work on a project for their future. We are proud of our partnership with Lloyd's and grateful for their trust in YouthStart.”
Bart De Bondt - CEO, YouthStart


Mercy Corps

Promoting sustainable farming in Zimbabwe

Lloyd’s supports Mercy Corps’ Greening Agriculture project in Zimbabwe, supporting farmers with green and sustainable farming solutions. This includes training on the use of solar energy and the opportunity to test the effectiveness and efficiency of renewable energy solutions. The community is further supported through business management workshops on increasing income levels to ensure self-sufficiency.

“The Greening Agriculture project, in partnership with Lloyd’s, not only gives real, tangible support to 100 smallholder farmers, it also offers Mercy Corps Zimbabwe an opportunity to test the effectiveness and efficiency of renewable energy solutions for smallholders, whilst addressing some of the challenges around climate change and sustainable livestock production systems.”
Alex Nyakatsapa - Value Chain & Market Development Specialist in Zimbabwe, Mercy Corps

Rise Against Hunger

Building food security in Diepsloot, South Africa 

Lloyd’s in South Africa supports Rise Against Hunger to develop sustainable farming practices in Diepsloot. This project enables the community to grow produce, build food security and develop farming solutions sustainably, as well as developing their skills through commercial opportunities to sell their produce.

“We will be forever grateful for the support received from Lloyd’s to help us develop and implement the garden project. This project has become the template for other initiatives, setting the benchmark and creating a platform to show what can be achieved from community garden projects.”
Brian Nell - CEO, Rise Against Hunger Africa

People Stories

Transforming education for children through scholarships

People Stories helps children to complete school, ultimately breaking the cycle of poverty. Through the support of the ‘School of Life’ programme, Lloyd’s supports People Stories’ initiative to reduce school dropout rates, transforming the lives of Cambodian children living in communities in need. 

“Lloyd’s has been a tremendous supporter of People Stories and in 2022 their support expanded the ‘School of Life’ scholarship programme to increase our outreach to children in disadvantaged communities. This partnership has also made history in bringing a Digital Mobile School to the rural villages, supporting 240 children to experience technology and digital learning for the first time.

Through Lloyd’s support, People Stories is helping children and their families to build a brighter future and reduce school dropout rates to less than 5% compared to a country average of 20%.”
People Stories spokesperson

United Way

Supporting families through childhood education 

Lloyd’s supports Project Ankur, an initiative which focusses on early childhood care and education to advance the potential of young children living in slum communities to transition from pre-school to primary school.

“I have two children who attended the centre – Diksha and Arya. Both of them did not enjoy being away from home and cried till they were let off in the afternoon. I was scared that they would fall behind and I did not know how to help them.

With the support of Project Ankur, not only were my children engaged in daily activities, but the project team also worked with parents like me to help me understand how to create healthy habits as well as a learning environment at home. With Ankur, both my daughters now look forward to school and come home talking about what they learnt every day.”
Archana Kadam - Mother of Dikha and Arya from Haji Ismail Balwadi Centre



Supporting young entrepreneurs  

Enactus create and implement community empowerment projects through an experiential learning platform. By helping young people unleash their entrepreneurial spirit, Enactus rally their energy, ideas and passion to address social issues.

“Enactus Canada is excited to continue its partnership with Lloyd’s, inspiring Canada’s next-gen business leaders to create and implement projects that have a lasting, positive impact in their communities.

Enactus Canada is thrilled to have Lloyd’s as a strategic partner as we leverage our respective expertise and platforms to do good, better.”
Allyson Hewitt - Enactus Canada, President & CEO

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