Overview

The Lebara Foundation is the international non-profit philanthropic arm of the Lebara Group in the United Kingdom. Lebara Group contributes a portion of its profit to the Foundation. Since 2008, the Foundation has been supporting communities across the world in improving the quality of life of children. We strongly believe in giving something back and devising ways in which we can make a difference. We are proud of what we have achieved and are equally committed in funding high quality, innovative development projects. We aim to support as many vulnerable children around the world by providing them the opportunities they deserve.
In India, Lebara Foundation (LF) is established as a not for profit company under Sec 8 (erstwhile Sec 25 of the Companies Act) to address the welfare of vulnerable and displaced children.
We design and implement projects in partnership with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), National Governments and Development Organizations. We are extremely grateful to all our partners for their enduring support in bringing about the change.
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2015 HIGHLIGHTS

5 States
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26 Refugee Camps
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10 Slums
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35 Tuition Centres & 16 Libraries
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16 Lebara Parks
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Where We Work

Success Stories

Our Programmes

Food & Nutrition

Over 12,000 children from 26 refugee camps and 13 slums have benefitted from food and nutrition supplements, helping them increase their body mass index.Read More

Health Care

We’ve built a network of over 800 local nonprofits globally who have a deep understanding of the communities

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Rain Relief

Immediate relief of food items, milk powder and blankets provided to around 9,500 beneficiaries in five refugee camps and one slum in Chennai, Cuddalore and Thiruvannamalai districts affected by the floods in December 2015

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Education

Around 1,000 underprivileged children have been enrolled in our tuition centres in the slums and tribal villages there by gaining access to quality education.Read More

Safe Drinking Water

Around 18,000 families have been enjoying clean drinking water through 15 RO water plants and water tanks installed in Refugee camps and Slums.

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Student Outreach

Through Kingston University Student Outreach Programme children learn language, art & computer skills and students in turn understand their culture, lifestyle and socio- economic background Read More

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Testimonials

What People Said

“This program has been more rewarding than I ever expected. It has helped me develop so much as a person and has given me a boost in my life experiences.”

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Andrew Deamer
“Volunteering in India was an absolutely incredible and unforgettable experience!”

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Fatemah Dewji
“There is an indescribable feeling you have when greeted with dozens of children smiling and playing, with their relatives and neighbours watching. When I think of the slums now, I think about the overwhelming sense of community.”

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Catherine Green