The Sanne Philanthropic Foundation

Date: 19 Apr 2010


The Sanne Group have launched a philanthropic foundation. Simon Young Managing Director at Sanne Group said of the launch “We recognise the increasing importance of philanthropy and so have established The Sanne Philanthropic Foundation as a not for profit organisation to provide impartial resource to empower the delivery of philanthropic objectives.”

“We are delighted to provide funding to assure the development of the foundation and hope that other donors will benefit from the guidance and support we offer.”

Sannes themes will be: Children and youth; economic empowerment and climate change.

Quotes from their brochure:

“The highest use of capital is not to make more money but to make money do more for the betterment of life.” Henry Ford.

Charities supported by the Sanne Charitable Trust

Rainforest Foundation Norway
Acumen Fund

Youth Business International
Save The Children
Children in Crisis


The Sanne Philanthropic Foundation
13 Castle Street
St Helier
Tel: +44 (0) 1534 722 787
contact: Gillian Arthur

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