The following grants have been made in the year 2019/2020:

Academics Without Borders
Acumen Inc.
Rwanda Aid


Grants made in previous years:

The following grants have been made in the year 2018/2019

Ace Africa (UK)
Aldridge Foundation CIO
Charlie Waller Memorial Trust
Leave Out Violence
Leonard Cheshire Disability
Lower Canada College Foundation
McGill University - The Cundill History Prize
The Columba Leadership Trust
The Luminos Fund
Ufton Court Educational Trust
War Child Canada
West London Zone

The following grants have been made in the year 2017/2018

Ace Africa (UK)
Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families
Community Education Services (CES) Canada
Future First Networks International
Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award (iDEA)
LEAP Science and Maths School
Royal National Lifeboat Institution
Sistema Scotland
The Childhood Trust
Their Future Today
Youth and Philanthropy Initiative Canada
Zambia Orphans Aid UK

The following grants have been made in the year 2016/2017

Ace Africa (UK)
African Canadian Continuing Education Society
British Exploring Society
Caudwell Children
Child Development Institute
Child and Youth International
Floreat Education Academies Trust
Human Rights Watch
LEAP Science and Maths School
Promoting Equality in African Schools
Raising The Village
School Aid UK
St Mary's University
Team Kenya
The Desmond Tutu Tutudesk Campaign Centre
the equality effect
The Mandela Rhodes Foundation
The Pace Centre
The Vimy Foundation
University College London
Vancouver Island University
YouthNet UK

The following grants have been made in the year 2015/2016

Ace Africa (UK)
Acumen Fund, Inc
African Prisons Project
Amani Children’s Home
Baker Dearing Educational Trust
Bermuda Sloop Foundation
Canadian Opera Company
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Changing Faces
Child Bereavement UK
Future First Networks International Limited
Mully Children’s Family Charitable Foundation
Outward Bound Canada
Pestalozzi International Village Trust
Raising the Village
Terre des hommes Foundation
The Outward Bound Trust
The Sir Edmund Hillary Foundation
The Ufton Court Educational Trust
University of New Brunswick

The following grants have been made in the year 2014/2015

Amani Children’s Home
Charlie Waller Memorial Trust
The Desmond Tutu Tutudesk Campaign Centre
The Family Centre
Integrated Village Development Trust
The PACE Centre
School Aid UK
Sistema Scotland
Their Future Today

The following grants have been made in the year 2013/2014

Bermuda Red Cross
Canterbury Cathedral Trust
Community Education Services Canada
National PKU Alliance
UBC Sustainable Clubfoot Care in Bangladesh

The following grants have been made in the year 2012/2013

The Aspen Institute
Leave Out ViolencE
The McCord Museum Foundation
Masterworks Foundation
McGill University Rugby
Music Associates of Aspen Inc.
Streetohome Foundation
UBC Faculty of Medicine for Parkinson’s Research
VGH & UBC Hospital Foundation
War Story Productions LLC
Wellbody Alliance

Peter Cundill


Special Projects with links to Peter Cundill's interests:

The Cundill History Prize at McGill University
Established in 2008 to recognise and promote literary and academic achievement, a grand prize of US$75,000 and two finalist prizes of US$10,000 are available to an individual of any nationality who has published a book (written or translated into English) which is determined to have had, or will have, a profound literary, social and academic impact in the area of history. There is also a fellowship programme for outstanding graduate students entering a doctoral programme in McGill's Department of History.

Friends of Florence
The restoration of the Prints and Drawings, Study and Consultation Rooms of the Uffizi Gallery, which houses the largest and most prestigious collection in the world including works by Raphael, Titian, Parmigiano and Barocci. The creation of a world class resource will enable the Gallery to grant access to a much greater number of requests received from historians, researchers and scholars which previously had to be turned down, as well as raise public awareness through programmes in the international media.

The James Hunter Family ALS Initiative
Funding has been provided to assist the University of Toronto's Tanz Centre for Research in Neurodegenerative Diseases in their goal of accelerating the pace of their work to understand ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) or Lou Gehrig's disease, a devastating adult-onset neurodegenerative disease, as well as developing accurate technology to allow earlier diagnosis, finding effective treatments and ultimately a cure.



The Peter Cundill Foundation, Improving the Lives of Children