“Whilst many feel that caring is one of the most important things they do, its challenges should not be underestimated.”
From 4 May 2021 the Institute will be referred to as the Institute for the Study of Antisemitism.
The Soapy project began in 2017 as part of the Pears Challenge with the Pears Programme for Global Innovation.
Shoshana Boyd Gelfand reflects on the upcoming lockdown anniversary
Christmas Gifts are our way of marking the festive season in a spirit of generosity and appreciation for the incredible work of local charities.
Pears Foundation signs up to the Power of Youth Charter
Pears Foundation is one of nineteen funders, foundations and philanthropists who are partnering with the Government’s Community Match Challenge
Young volunteers share their volunteering experience through animation
To mark Carers Week, we join the CEO of Carers Trust in his call for recognition and support for unpaid carers.
We are delighted to share blogs highlighting the Power of Youth this Volunteers’ Week
Following our Trustees’ statement on the extra funds they are committing to respond to the Covid-19 crisis, we have allocated over £1.3m since the beginning of April
We know that the Coronavirus outbreak is having a substantial impact on individuals, communities and charities across the UK.
This Mental Health Awareness week we welcome Alison Critchley, Chief Executive, RSA Academies to explain their approach.
BBC1 broadcast their feature documentary: Back to School with Mum and Dad, focusing on The Family School.
TouchBase Pears won at RICS Regional Awards.
Pears Foundation partner, SID (The Society for International Development – Israel branch) sponsored a cross-sector conference in Ethiopia to strengthen…
BBC News and BBC World Service Podcast feature Hand in Hand integrated schools.
Mental health counselling in primary schools could offer a six-fold return on investment, says Pro Bono Economics report.
The latest findings from Step Up to Serve’s #iwill campaign survey.
Trussell Trust end of year stats highlight stark figures.
Francis Wight, Student Hubs CEO writes about professional development opportunities.
Pears Foundation celebrates Amy Braier’s JJ Greenberg Award and 10 years of Jhub!
Scientific collaboration leads new technological developments to address global challenges of ageing populations.
Our guest blogger Dr Jane Collins, Chief Executive of Marie Curie writes for The Great Daffodil Appeal.
A guest blog by Alison Hutchinson CBE, CEO of Pennies, the digital charity box.
The UCL Centre for Holocaust Education welcomed survivors Ben Helfgott and Mala Tribich.
This week the Society for International Development , Israel held its annual conference at the Knesset
We are excited to attend the Launch NHS70 increasing opportunities for young people to make a difference.
To mark World Sight Day 2017 we welcome Dr Astrid Bonfield CBE as our guest blogger.
The latest in a series of annual research reports ranking the top 300 Foundations by the value of their grant-making.
This month we are celebrating the opening of Sense’s TouchBase Pears.
This month we welcome out guest blogger Katie Sanderson from Elwick and District Young Farmers Club.
In preparation for World Mental Health Day on the 10th October Anna Freud launch new campaign.
Pears Foundation is supporting Jewish Care’s new multi-purpose Care Campus. This £47million redevelopment will see Princess Alexandra Care Home in…
Pears partner JPR has launched new research into Antisemitism in the UK. The study takes an in-depth look at attitudes towards…
Afrikids has begun building work on the Pears Mother and Babies Centre in Nakwaabi.
This month we welcome our guest blogger Deputy CEO Sarah Coward from The National Holocaust Centre and Museum.
This month we welcome Sarah from the IA2G at Girlguiding to share the latest updates on their new four resources.
We are pleased to welcome our guest blogger Eliza Buckley from IVAR, who is leading the NYSAF evaluation process.
Jewish news interview with Trevor Pears and Dr Rilwan Raji.
We are pleased to welcome our guest blogger Chris Mould, who led the Trussell Trust for ten years as Chairman.
As part of Volunteering Week 2017 we are sharing our pledge and commitment to youth social action.
We are pleased to welcome our guest blogger Melina Pelling, a young volunteer and Dementia Friends trainer.
Max Rayne Hand in Hand School for Bilingual Education have won the Jerusalem Education Authority Prize 2016-17.
We are excited to announce that we are now inviting targeted expressions of interest for funding.
Samaritans have launched a new report into socioeconomic disadvantage and suicidal behaviour.
We are pleased to announce the new £100,000 Pears Youth Fund in partnership with Leeds Community Foundation.
We are pleased to welcome our guest blogger Michael Wegier, telling us about his recent study trip to the Negev region.
Research released today by the #iwill campaign confirms the benefits to young people of taking in social action.
To celebrate Student Volunteering Week we welcome our guest blogger Sara Fernandez from Student Hubs.
The Streets Ahead Children’s Centre Association in Rwanda has completed building a new residential centre for girls.
Young Carers Awareness Day is a national day of recognition for the UK’s 700,000 young carers.
There is no better time to celebrate the act of giving than during the festive period.
We are very pleased to welcome two members of 3FF’s Parliamentors Alumni Committee, Hashim Bhatti and Keerti Rajagopalan
We are pleased to welcome Dr Triona Fitton, the Pears Philanthropy Fellow, to share her thoughts on the new course.
The Institute for Voluntary Action Research have launched a new study: Thinking about Sustainability.
Today marks the launch of the headline findings from the third National Youth Social Action Survey.
A new report finds people who participate in the Scouts and Guides in childhood have better mental health in later life.
The theme for the 2017 awards is ‘powering philanthropy’ and will celebrate the UK’s philanthropists.
We are pleased to welcome Chris Burghes, CEO of the Royal Free Charity, as our guest blogger.
Pears are proud to be part of New Beginnings Fund supporting organisations welcoming refugees and asylum seekers.
Congratulations to the 2016 cohort of Pears Scholars, who graduated last week.
The Chief Rabbi has launched a new initiative promoting social action for young people.
This month we are welcoming Ben Fuller who is part of the UCL Centre for Holocaust Education’s Beacon Schools programme.
We are celebrating the opening of Ambitious College in North London, a day-college for young people with autism.
Trevor Pears CMG is today receiving an Honorary Fellowship from UCL.
As the Pears Project enters its third year we welcome Ben Powlesland from The Scout Association as our guest blogger.
To celebrate BeyondMe’s fifth birthday we welcome Kawika Solidum from BeyondMe as our guest blogger.
Congratulations to the Trussell Trust on their success at this year’s Charity Awards ceremony.
Small Charity Week is about celebrating small charities and the vital work that they do for their local communities.
Dave Brown from creative agency APE on his first trip to Israel to photograph some of our Israeli partners.
In celebration of St David’s Day, we welcome Liza Kellett from the Community Foundation in Wales as our guest blogger.