ClientsResearch & Think TanksYoung People & Learning
30 August 2019

Robert F Kennedy Human Rights UK

Half a century ago, Robert F. Kennedy's family and friends set up Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights in the US and dedicated themselves to working towards a common goal: achieving Bobby Kennedy's dream of a more just and peaceful world.​ Building on the incredible legacy and impact of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights in the US, to whom it is affiliated, Robert F Kennedy Human Rights…

Tarnside Case Studies

Read about how Tarnside helps clients fundraise effectively.

Healthcare & NHSResearch & Think Tanks
22 May 2019

KOIS invest

KOIS invest is an impact investor, investing capital in businesses and funds that generate a competitive financial return, as well as a positive impact on society and the environment. Clients are able to invest assets into funds which specialise in healthcare, affordable housing, and other impact areas. "We believe that through enlightened management that awakens and develops the talents of…
ConservationResearch & Think Tanks
31 July 2018

Global Canopy

We have already lost half the world's rainforests, and deforestation continues at a horrifying pace. The complexities of the supply chain, and of the financial markets, mean consumers and firms are driving destruction, often unknowingly: it can be impossible to understand the ecological cost of the constituent parts of products. Without transparency, even those seeking to minimise impact will continue…
Arts & HeritageResearch & Think Tanks
31 July 2018

Odysseus Unbound Foundation

I am Odysseus, Laertes’ son, world-famed For stratagems: my name has reached the heavens. Bright Ithaca is my home: it has a mountain, Leaf-quivering Neriton, far visible. Around are many islands, close to each other, Doulichion and Same and wooded Zacynthos. Ithaca itself lies low, furthest to sea Towards dusk; the rest, apart, face dawn and sun. Odyssey 9.19-26 Though…
ConservationResearch & Think Tanks
31 July 2018

Foundation for Common Land

Half our countryside was once Common Land – privately owned land over which people have rights of use, mostly to graze livestock. Today just 3% of England is Common Land, yet these areas have immense importance to those who use them, to the wider public and to our landscape and heritage.  Common Land makes up large sections of our most…