Our Adopted Charities
We are committed to championing our adopted charities and empowering their work in every way we can. We have personal relationships with each of them and see them not just as partners, but as part of the Prospero World Family.
If the Prospero World’s Charity Adoption programme sounds like it might be a fit for your project please contact:
Anna-Louisa Psarras for more information.
The Klitschko Foundation
A Ukrainian charity founded by Guinness World Record Winning Boxing brothers Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko. Their mission is to develop civil society in Ukraine through education and to create opportunities for young people and their communities.
Phoenix Space Project
Providing STEM education, based around the inspirational theme of space science, to refugee and disadvantaged students in the Middle East to improve their life opportunities.
The Human Practice Foundation have been one of Prospero's adopted charities since 2016. Prospero seamlessly organised our high profile launch event for us at Phillips Auction House in Mayfair. They helped us to welcome over 200 guests, many of whom came from their own network, and paid meticulous attention to detail.
Since then, they have continued to share our achievements with their own network, welcomed donors from ours, and helped us to receive around £150,000 from UK donors who have been able to support our work in a tax efficient manner. This has enabled us to grow our work and build a further 35 schools in Nepal and Kenya.
With this strong foundation, we are now in the process of registering ourselves as an independent UK charity. Prospero World has really helped us to get here.
They have gone the extra mile for us, and been supportive and insightful with their advice throughout our dealings with them, and we know that they will continue to support our work even when we are no longer one of their adopted charities. We are extremely grateful that one of our biggest supporters came to us directly through Prospero. We cannot recommend Prospero World strongly enough.
Pernille Kruse Madsen, Founder Human Practice Foundation