Peaks Foundation Impact

We have distributed over USD $1.1 million to non-profit organizations in Africa, Asia and South America.  We partnered with 20 grassroots non-profit organizations, including 4th World Love, Classrooms in the Clouds, Conservacion Patagonica, Drupka Trust, dZi Foundation, Empowering Women Nepal, Food Water Shelter, Frankfurt Zoological Society, Girl Sport Works, Laikipia Wildlife Forum, Maisha, Nabulaa, Nurturing Minds, The School of St Jude, Support for International Change, The Mountain Institute, The Small World, Trail Running Nepal and WomenLEAD. 

Over USD $1.1 million distributed in 8 countries to 20 organizations

Allocation of grants by sector

 

USD $ Distributed Per Year

Age of Participants

Peaks Foundation Impact Gallery

A Word From a Selection of Our Non-Profit Partners

The funding helped us try new technology. It enabled organizational learning and also helped instill a sense of creativity and curiosity amongst our target farmers.
— dZi Foundation Nepal
©dZi Foundation

©dZi Foundation

Bakhapalam is still a very remote village but the inclusion of female teachers on the staff means that the students have very strong and positive female role models to act as an inspiration and motivate them to work hard at their studies.
— Classrooms in the Clouds, Nepal
Nepal, ©Classrooms in the Clouds

Nepal, ©Classrooms in the Clouds

Our region and the school were badly destroyed by floods. Affected families were taken into the school. Part of the funding from Peaks Foundation went into the support of these students.
— Drupka Trust, Ladakh, India
Druk White School, Leh ©Drupka Trust

Druk White School, Leh ©Drupka Trust

Increased involvement of community members in sustainable use and management of natural resources has not only led to reduced human-human and human-wildlife conflicts, but also reduced the destruction of natural resources that the community depends on.
— Laikipa Wildlife Forum, Kenya
LWF, Kenya ©Peaks Foundation

LWF, Kenya ©Peaks Foundation

Peaks Foundation funding has allowed us to reach more students specially girls in remote parts of Nepal where girls are denied the opportunity of education due to social, cultural and economic factors.
— The Small World, Nepal
©The Small World

©The Small World

We pride ourselves on having only local Tanzanian teachers, as well as offering them competitive compensation for their hard work.
— School of St Jude, Tanzania
The School of St Jude ©Simon Scott

The School of St Jude ©Simon Scott

Our gardeners maintain our premises, our trusted guards keep our campuses safe at all hours, our cooks and cleaners keep everyone fed and all of our rooms clean and in good working condition. None of this would have been possible without unrestricted funding from Peaks Foundation.
— School of St Jude, Tanzania
School of St Jude ©Simon Scott

School of St Jude ©Simon Scott