Credits


Taking Pictures,
Changing Lives

Adam Dickens has been travelling to Five Talents programmes for a number of years, volunteering his time and expertise to provide us with an annual batch of fantastic photographs and videos for use across all of our communications.

www.tpcl.org.uk


Anders Analytics was involved in the construction of this website and our online advertising, their generous charity rates allowed us to modernise our look and increase our traffic on a budget. 

www.andersanalytics.com


Autonomous Research Charitable Trust provided Five Talents with a multi-year grant in May 2016 that will be used across our East African programmes.

www.autonomous.com


The Dulverton Trust generously supports our programmes in Kenya enabling 3,900 members to benefit from the expertise of our local staff in 2016 and begin growing their small businesses.

www.dulverton.org


Cordilleras House is a friendly, family run Bed and Breakfast situated in the beautiful Yorkshire dales. The B&B generously supports Five Talent’ work through the profits from the laundry services they offer.
 

www.cordillerashouse.co.uk


Faraday is a reinsurance company which has generously support Five Talents’ work for the past eight years. Over this time the company has had a huge impact across all of our programmes

www.faraday.com


The Headley Trust has supported our programme in Tanzania since it began in 2007 and has been instrumental to the success of the programme as it is today. Thanks to the Trust’s support, 8,200 women will be able to benefit from the programme over the next three years.

www.sfct.org.uk


Simmons & Simmons have supported Five Talents’ work in Tanzania over the past six years offering their invaluable professional expertise and financial support. Their support has been vital to the success of the programme in Tanzania, particularly to the introduction of the Musoni technology through which we can have an even greater impact.

www.simmons-simmons.com