COSARAF Foundation publishes Annual Impact Report 2021

Today we published our 2021 Annual Impact Report highlighting the key achievements and milestones from the previous year. The report outlines the importance of our work and the impact it has had on people’s lives. The COSARAF Foundation continues to focus on activity in the UK, Pakistan and East Africa, particularly Kenya.

The latest Impact Report shows our key achievements over the last year:

• 599,297 people benefitted directly from COSARAF Foundation-funded partnerships +102% on 2019/20.
• 18, 930 people receiving immediate relief through the provision of food during Ramadan +51% on 2019/20
• 291 people receiving Hardship Grants
• 484 facilitators (teachers, coaches, mentors) were trained and supported +17% on 2019/20. This training improves the longevity and impact of the funding, improving the skills and talents of those delivering the Foundation’s Partner Programmes.

You can read the report in full here.

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Jonathan Freeman MBE, Appointed Board Member of National Citizen Service Trust

The COSARAF Foundation is proud to share the news of His Majesty the King’s appointment of Jonathan Freeman MBE, the Foundation’s Senior Adviser, as a Board Member of the National Citizen Service Trust.

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Widening access at Warwick

The second Diversity Day was kindly hosted by the University of Warwick on Thursday 9th November.

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Urgent donation awarded to Muslims Around The World Project for Palestine

Trustees have donated £10,000 to support the humanitarian efforts in Gaza, Palestine to provide urgent aid to innocent civilians.

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