International Partners

The Link Foundation has no political agenda and we aim to help all children and families in disadvantaged circumstances both locally and overseas, regardless of background, race or religion.

25% of all funding is currently directed into carefully chosen international projects where we know what seems like a modest amount of cash can make huge differences in the lives of children, for example in Indian orphanages or HIV affected families in parts of Africa. Working closely with a select group of charitable organisations overseas, we can ensure the 25% of the Link Foundation funds allocated for international projects gets to where it is needed to help children and families.

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We would be delighted to discuss this with you further. Please call Una Loughrey on 01628 509010 or email

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MAD About Art

Based in the Western Cape of South Africa, MAD About Art (registered charity no. 1093147) provides youth-driven interactive educational programmes that equip children with practical skills and knowledge about HIV and AIDS, and begin to dismantle fundamental misunderstandings, taboo and stigma, helping them to grow up able to protect their future.


TLF has provided funding towards the development of a flagship pre-school near Knysna which had previously been closed, into a once-again stimulating and creative space where children can have fun and learn.

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Project Crayons

Project Crayons (Project Rehabilitation And Youth Oriented Nationwide Services) is a charitable trust registered under BPT Act of 1950 (registered no. E-20486) in Mumbai. The charity is dedicated to the care and education of less-privileged children in society, including street children, disabled children and orphans. The charity runs various projects including two schools, a mobile medical unit, and Ghar, a shelter home for destitute young girls which also provides skills training to generate an income to help with the upkeep of the home.


TLF has provided funding on a regular basis to support the Ghar project, fully funding amongst other things the education of 14 girls, who would otherwise be left on the streets of Mumbai.

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Transplant Links Community

Transplant Links (TLC) is a registered charity that saves the lives of children and adults in the developing world who suffer from fatal kidney disease. They carry out living kidmey transplants and share their knowledge with local medical teams so that sustainable transplant programmes can be run in the long term. Transplant Links was established in 2006 by a group of British doctors with many years of transplant experience.


TLF will be supporting one of Transplant Links’s forthcoming missions to Trinidad. It will be the their third mission there and an important advance towards a sustainable transplant programme for children.


Our Aim

Is to make the Link Foundation a household name in the community and attract as much corporate sponsorship as possible in order to raise significantly more income to help a full range of projects.