Our charitable foundation

Helping others is what we do. Beyond our day-to-day clinical work, the Health Partners Foundation is our way of making a difference.

About Health Partners Foundation

Our foundation is funded through our Give as you Earn Scheme, Salary Sacrifice and of course company contributions. We work with smart organisations to ensure we have as great an impact as possible.

What we do

We like to focus our giving on health, education and children. We work with smart organisations to ensure our donations have as great an impact as possible.

Our current programmes support the education of girls in sub-Saharan Africa and underprivileged and orphaned children in Sri Lanka.

The Lotus Flower

The Lotus Flower is a non-governmental organisation that runs four women’s centres for internally displaced people and refugee community in Kurdistan and Iraq. Their centres provide a safe, supportive and healing environment for conflict survivors, filling resource gaps by providing community-responsive programming. 

As of January 2023, their programmes have positively impacted on more than 60,000 women, girls and community members - half of them directly. Health Partners is extremely proud of the support we have been able to give to the Lotus Flower charity via the Give It Forward Trust (GIFT). 


In partnership with CAMFED Tanzania, we have contributed to secondary education for girls in a country where 75% of girls enter primary education but only 8% complete secondary school. By encouraging and completing education, it’s shown girls will be healthier, safer and more confident.

Investing in education for girls




She’ll earn up to 25% more per year of secondary school

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She’ll be 3 times less likely to become HIV positive

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She’ll have a smaller, healthier family and invest in their education

Smile Sri Lanka

Working with Smile, we have donated to support underprivileged and orphaned children’s access to health, education and recreation. The charity teaches language, basic computer and artistic skills, to those who might otherwise have lacked access to opportunity.

Get in touch

Whether it’s to learn more about our work or to explore opportunities at Health Partners, we’d be happy to hear from you