Humanitarian Funding

On Friday 28th September 2018, a 7.4 magnitude earthquake struck the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia It is believed that the earthquake set off an underwater landslide which in turn triggered a Tsunami. By the time the waves reached land they had reached heights of 6-metres and were travelling at speeds of over 400mph.

Tens of thousands of homes along the coastline have been destroyed and entire communities have been decimated. Damage to communication infrastructure meant the full picture has been slow to emerge, though it is now known that more than 1,400 are dead and 200,000 survivors are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance. Up to 1.5 million people in the region are expected to have been affected.

The Foundation made a grant to assist the DEC respond to the growing needs of these people, but they need more money to help reduce the scale and severity of the crisis an help rebuild shattered communities..

Please visit their website to find out more about this crisis and the work of the DEC.

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An image of the devastation and destruction caused by the Indonesian Tsunami September 2018 - A DEC Appeal supported by the Ellis Campbell Foundation

Image Credit : Tatan Syuflana

Take a look at the BBC DEC’s Indonesia Tsunami Appeal video.

Future Funding

Having supported a broad range of inspiring and transformational projects over the Foundation’s 30 year history, the Trustees decided to embark upon a strategic review to ensure our grants were having the greatest impact. In 2020 we completed an intensive eight month programme led by Ten Years’ Time and we’re thrilled to be focussing all our efforts now on building Youth Power and Leadership with some fantastic partners.

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If you would like more information on how to apply for a grant from the Ellis Campbell Foundation, click on the link below.

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An image of a group of photos in a line representing various grants by the Ellis Campbell Foundation helping disadvantaged young people in Hampshire, London and Perthshire