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Community engagement and sponsorships

Community engagement and sponsorships

Community engagement

We are committed to our community engagement programme. There are three key objectives that we are aiming to achieve:

  • Raise financial awareness and literacy throughout society
  • Provide opportunities for vulnerable children and young people and promote gender equality through sport, education and finance

  • Wildlife conservation

We are working with a number of partners to develop our community engagement programme: Newcastle United FoundationDurham County Cricket ClubZSL London Zoo, and the Ruaha Carnivore Project (RCP).

Newcastle United Foundation

Newcastle United Foundation

We have partnered with Newcastle United Foundation to launch a brand-new numeracy programme, Financial Football, designed to give primary school children a head start in financial education.

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ZSL London Zoo

Community engagement and sponsorships - ZSL London Zoo

There are approximately 500 Asiatic lions left in the wild and we are helping ZSL to secure a future for them by supporting its conservation work in India. We are proud to sponsor the Land of the Lions exhibit, breeding centre and education hub, which opened at ZSL London Zoo in March 2016.

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Durham County Cricket Club

Liontrust & Durham County Cricket Club

We partnered with Durham CCC in March 2018. We sponsor the Durham T20 and the Family Zone, and we also support the development of the women’s game and help to enhance the club’s community engagement.

 

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Ruaha Carnivore Project

Ruaha Carnivore Project

The RCP is part of Oxford University’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit and was established in 2009 to help develop conservation strategies for large carnivores in Tanzania. The RCP also works with local communities to reduce human-carnivore conflict. Liontrust is helping the RCP’s conservation work and initiatives with local communities and schools.

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