The foundation strongly advocates good governance and transparency and does not incur any administration costs other than a few small bank charges.
All donations made to the foundation go in full to the selected worthy cause. Those who kindly donate are fully consulted as to how their donation will be used.
Sponsorships and grants are available for amounts from £500 to £5,000, for large or small and one-off or long-term projects, depending on merit and an application process.
As well as sponsorships and grants, the foundation offers assistance to charities and worthwhile causes by calling upon John Casson and his team’s considerable experience in business, fundraising, event organisation and project management.
Formed as a trust in 2012 by John Casson MBE, the foundation’s primary purpose is to help the development of young people both in the UK and around the world.
Game Rangers International (GRI) is a Zambian conservation organisation that works alongside the Department of National Parks and Wildlife to protect wildlife in Zambia. The organisation has... Read More
A trustee of any charity has a responsibility to ensure their charity is being managed correctly. Ensuring that a person knows of their responsibilities as a trustee is very important, ignorance is... Read More
Match funding of £1,650 for Active8’s residential weekend The John Casson Foundation is pleased to bring you details of another fantastic charity that it has supported. Active8, a charity based in... Read More
An unusual idea which proved a great success! Sunday 8 July, the car park of The Ship Inn, Portloe, Cornwall. It was an unusual sight to see the Still on the Move distillery in The Ship Inn car park... Read More
For the first time, the John Casson Foundation has sponsored an individual: a talented cellist with great potential Late in 2017 the John Casson Foundation received a very different type of... Read More
Portloe Gin and Crack-a-Crab; Sunday 8th July, 3 pm to 7 pm The John Casson Foundation fundraising day in the beautiful village of Portloe this year is in aid of Penhaligon’s Friends. On the... Read More