To mark Autism Awareness Week, we are thrilled to welcome guest blogger, Carol Povey, Director of the Centre for Autism…
Hannah Breeze, Senior Programme Coordinator at RSA Academies gives an insight into the exciting new primary school social action project, RSA4.
This International Women’s Day, we’re delighted to share a blog from Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan on Maslaha’s collaborative project with British Fencing, ‘Muslim Girls Fence’.
Dr Toby Simpson, Head of Development at The Wiener Library reflects on his experience attending part of the Pears Grantee Support Programme.
To celebrate Local Charities Day, we’re delighted to welcome Isaac Jones from First Give as our guest blogger
A selection of recommended readings from Pears Foundation’s Partners to mark Trustees’ Week 2018.
Kawika Solidum, Director of Communications at Step up to Serve, reflects on his Action Learning Set experience
How we use our away day to embed a culture of learning in the Foundation
A summary of our Dynamic Duo workshop: balancing the relationship between an organisation’s Chair and CEO.
We’re sharing our #iwillPledge today to mark our commitment to youth #socialaction for ALL young people.
This month Shoshana reflects on attending the Impact for Good Conference with Sir Trevor Pears and President Rivlin.
This Mental Health Awareness week we welcome Alison Critchley, Chief Executive, RSA Academies to explain their approach.
An interview with Dina Gidron, Pears Foundation representative in Israel.
Francis Wight, Student Hubs CEO writes about professional development opportunities.
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.
This blog features an article written by Susan Goodman for the Jerusalem Report, January 2018
This blog is co-authored by the Task Force Co-Chairs Sir Trevor Pears and Michael Wegier.
To mark World Sight Day 2017 we welcome Dr Astrid Bonfield CBE as our guest blogger.
This month we welcome out guest blogger Katie Sanderson from Elwick and District Young Farmers Club.
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.
To mark Refugee Week 2017, Kari has written a blog about our work with the New Beginnings Fund.
We are pleased to welcome our guest blogger Chris Mould, who led the Trussell Trust for ten years as Chairman.
We are pleased to welcome our guest blogger Melina Pelling, a young volunteer and Dementia Friends trainer.
This month marked a special occasion in which we welcomed the Aziz Foundation to JHub.
We are excited to announce that we are now inviting targeted expressions of interest for funding.
A series of principles that shape the way we engage with our work in the developing world.
On International Women’s Day 2017 we are highlighting the efforts addressing the gender imbalances in autism.
We are pleased to welcome our guest blogger Michael Wegier, telling us about his recent study trip to the Negev region.
To celebrate Student Volunteering Week we welcome our guest blogger Sara Fernandez from Student Hubs.
There is no better time to celebrate the act of giving than during the festive period.
Reflections from Trevor Pears on helping those in the developing world.
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.
We are pleased to welcome Chris Burghes, CEO of the Royal Free Charity, as our guest blogger.
World Hospice and Palliative Care Day Saturday 8 October and UK Hospice Care Week 3 – 9 Oct 2016
Reflections from a visit to explore youth social action in the US
This month we are welcoming Ben Fuller who is part of the UCL Centre for Holocaust Education’s Beacon Schools programme.
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.
Small Charity Week is about celebrating small charities and the vital work that they do for their local communities.
Pears are proud to announce a donation of £2.5m to the Anna Freud Centre’s new centre of excellence.
“Don’t know much about history, Don’t know much geography”
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.