Eranda Foundation

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The Eranda Foundation is a charitable trust founded in 1967, by Sir Evelyn de Rothschild, that awards philanthropic donations to various charitable causes.[1][2]

The foundation is a patron of the University of Buckingham, meaning it has donated over £100,000 to the UK's only privately funded university.[3]. The foundation also founds the Lady Lynn Joyful Home school[4]

The foundation has close links to Evelyn de Rothschild and provides funding for the Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Professorship of Finance at Cambridge University's Judge Business School, a professorship that focuses on venture capital[5]. Another programme at Cambridge University is described as being funded by Sir Evelyn de Rothschild and Lady Lynn de Rothschild through the Eranda Foundation.[6]

The Eranda Foundation awarded a grant of £15,000 to the Quilliam Foundation in 2010-11[7], £79,000 in 2011-12 and £94,500 in 2012-13.[8]

Affiliations

University of Buckingham

Notes

  1. The Eranda Foundation, Eranda Foundation, Charities Direct.com, Accessed 07-September-2010.
  2. Philanthropy, E.L. Rothschild, accessed 21 February 2014
  3. Patrons, Patrons, University of Buckingham, Accessed 03-September-2010
  4. Indo-Asian News Service, Research must for better economic growth: Prince Andrew, Indo-Asian News Service, 3-November-2006
  5. Steven Kahn, City & Business, The Express, 5-October-2007
  6. Indo-Asian News Service, CAMBRIDGE ANNOUNCES SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME IN PM'S NAME, Indo-Asian News Service, 12-January-2009
  7. Schedule of grants paid for the year ended 5 April 2011, Eranda Foundation.
  8. Schedule of grants paid for the year ended 5 April 2013, Eranda Foundation.
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