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Charity

Reset is part of ICAP Charity Day, which in 2016 raised an incredible £8.2 million, bringing the total amount raised over 24 years to nearly £135 million!

Together we will help to provide a brighter future for thousands of people around the world. See how you have helped make a difference by visiting:

www.icapcharityday.com

Below are just a few of the Asian projects we have helped over the years.

Inspirasia

(previously known as the Annika Linden Foundation)

Proceeds raised by Reset on ICAP Charity Day will be donated to Inspirasia Foundation (formerly known as the Annika Linden Foundation), which over the last 10 years has changed the lives of thousands of people in South East Asia.

The Annika Linden Foundation operates as a non-political, non-religious organization aiming to build independent individuals who will achieve their highest potential through nurturing, trust, and empowerment. In keeping with its objective of keeping administrative costs and overheads, ALF deals directly with established charities in Thailand.It employs a part-time administrator, Kurt Heck who vets projects and submits them to the ALF Board of Directors for consideration.

Visit the Inspirasia website

kuta international disaster scholarship

The YKIP/YKIDS Children’s Education Fund was established in June 2003 as a joint fund-raising entity between Yayasan Kemanusiaan Ibu Pertiwi (YKIP) and Yayasan K.I.D.S (Kuta International Disaster Scholarship). It aims to provide comprehensive educational needs of children who lost a parent in the Bali bombing or who had a permanently injured parent by the Bali Bombing 2002. If there are surplus funds, it will also be used to provide for the educational needs of other disadvantaged children in Bali.

Since this project began in 2003, we have supported 132 children whose parents were either killed or injured in the bombing. The children of injured parents who have since recovered and returned to work are no longer supported and the number of children supported decreases as they graduate from school..

Visit the KIDS website