Since our establishment in 2001, we have worked with hundreds of organisations and trained thousands of people in fundraising skills.
We are a very broad agency working across the world, from Ecuador to Tanzania to the UK. Our clients come from every sector – you can view them all under the sections on this page – we are able to list over 400 organisations who have used our consultancy and training services since 2013. They include the University of Oxford and Cancer Research in the UK, to Population Services in Kenya and Legal Action for People with Disabilities in Uganda.
A selection of case studies of our recent assignments are below.
University of Oxford
The University of Oxford is a collegiate research university in Oxford, England. There is evidence of teaching as early as 1096, making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world and the world's second-oldest university in continuous operation. The university is quoted as among the best higher learning institutions by most international and major national league tables. Oxford has educated many notable alumni, including 28 prime ministers of the United Kingdom and many heads of state and government around the world.
The Natural History Museum
The Natural History Museum is a world-class visitor attraction and leading science research centre, based in London, UK. The Museum cares for more than 80 million specimens spanning billions of years and welcome more than five million visitors annually, using its unique collections and unrivalled expertise to tackle the biggest challenges facing the world today..
For everyone living with complex disabilities. For everyone who is deafblind. Sense aims to help people communicate and experience the world, believing that no one, no matter how complex their disabilities, should be isolated, left out, or unable to fulfill their potential.
African Leadership Centre
The African Leadership Centre (ALC) was established in Nairobi Kenya on the 24th June 2010 as an educational trust under Kenyan law, and in partnership with King’s College London and the University of Nairobi. The ALC and its flagship programmes grew out of the Conflict, Security and Development Group (CSDG) at King’s College London. The ALC aims to do the following:
- To train and mentor young Africans with the potential to lead and enable innovative change in their communities and in the African region. Through this to enrich the communities, institutions and organizations in which they live and work.
- To increase, in scope and quality, knowledge on peace, security and development within select academic institutions in Africa, through building a solid knowledge base on the causes of conflict and insecurity in Africa.
East African Human Rights Centre
The East African Centre for Human Rights (also known as EACHRights) was established in May 2010 to undertake human rights work within a regional context. The organization is a non-partisan, Regional Non-Governmental Organization that seeks to initiate and undertake programmes that promote, protect, and enhance Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights (ECOSOC Rights) in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania - for vulnerable and marginalized groups. The organization specializes on the Right to Education, Right to Health and Child Protection for children.
International Forum for Islamic Dialogue
IFID's mission is centred around building the capacities and empowering young Muslim social actors, with MENA focus, who are being equipped intellectually and practically to appreciate the complexity of modern social dynamics; to ,effectively, lead civil soceity initiatives that promote social innovation, in a critical moment of the Middle East history. To achieve this IFID has been developing an educational course on self and social development, with a unique approach to religion.
Legal and Human Rights Resource Centre (Tanzania)
The Legal and Human Rights Centre is a non-governmental human rights organisation based in Dar es Salaam. Its main purpose is to strive to empower the public, promote, reinforce and safeguard human rights and good governance in Tanzania.
Uganda Science Education Programme
USEP was set up in 2009, by and under the auspices of the Brothers of Christian Instruction and the Little Sisters of St Francis. The core value and purpose for setting up USEP was to improve science teaching by focusing on teachers and enjoyable, interactive and purposeful learning of science by students. The Uganda Science Education Programme (USEP) was born out of the need and passion of educationists to see students choosing and enjoying learning science subjects.