Columbia Threadneedle Foundation is pleased to support the ‘Take One Picture’ primary schools programme and exhibition at the National Gallery in London which runs throughout summer. Having supported the programme for four years, this year’s exhibition also marks the start of a new five-year commitment.
Our charity partners have re-imagined what they do to support vulnerable groups and individuals in 2020. Here we highlight just some of the creative solutions from our charity partners this year.
Columbia Threadneedle Foundation is pleased to sponsor the ‘Take One Picture’ programme and exhibition at the National Gallery in London for the third year. This year’s free exhibition will run from 2 December 2020 until 31 January 2021.
Columbia Threadneedle Foundation is pleased to join other long-term funders of UK charities, in signing a statement recognising the impacts of covid19 and providing reassurance of our ongoing support across London’s communities.
On February 2020, Columbia Threadneedle Foundation and A LA PAR, a Spanish charity that helps people with learning disabilities, signed a collaboration agreement to promote inclusive sport through the newly created first inclusive Mountain Bike school in Spain.
Columbia Threadneedle Foundation recently celebrated its fifth anniversary.
This year we announced three new partnerships with innovative charities that address critical issues, working to transform the lives of individuals while also driving broader social change.
‘A LA PAR’ is a Spanish charity that supports people with intellectual disabilities so that they can participate in society.
Columbia Threadneedle Foundation is pleased to again support the National Gallery’s ‘Take One Picture’learning programme and exhibition.
Columbia Threadneedle Foundation was proud to support Access Sport’s 2019 “Inclusive Organisation of the Year” award, at the charity’s annual fundraising event.