Harvest is about more than just bringing people together to discuss forward thinking ideas – it's about putting those ideas into action, taking them home with us and making a difference to our lives and to the planet. Below are the foundations established or supported by past speakers at Harvest events. If you were moved by one or several topics covered during Harvest, you can find out more and donate to these foundations below.
Originally from war-torn Uganda, Dennis has been working to build a safe environment for children in Lumule, Uganda. He aims to build a school, kitchen and family planning centre to help create better living standards and life opportunities.
Empati (Empathy Social Responsibility and Education Association) brings vital supplies to those in Turkey affected by the devastating earthquake, including food, clothing, medical supplies, blankets and more.
Helping communities build a better future through creative regeneration by co-creating solutions that foster resilience at the community level, tackling the issues of today by considering the solutions of the future.
The af Jochnick Foundation
Building better societies and focusing on supporting projects that have positive impact on children’s welfare, education, health, democratic development and the climate.
The Consilience Project
The Consilience Project is a publication of the Civilization Research Institute (CRI), a charitable think tank focused on reducing systemic fragility and advancing new forms of governance and coordination.
MENTAL Health First Aid (MHFA) England
Empowering people to notice signs of mental ill health, and encourage them to break down barriers, listen in a non-judgemental way and signpost to support for recovery.