The Sumner Foundation was set up in 2019 to provide university grants to promising young students (either born or living in the United Kingdom) to enable them to continue with their education and achieve their full potential.  


More recently the charity has gone on to:

  • Partnership with the Georgetown University to set up an advanced research and innovation biomedical program. with the intention to improve the health of people in the developing world and the world at large.

  • Initiate a programme to supply, free of charge, certain PPE products to frontline workers and vaccinations for the population of identified refugee camps across the EU, Middle East, North Africa, Sub Saharan Africa and parts of South East Asia.

  • Become involved with a project in Ukraine to deliver a facility to rehouse orphans and vulnerable women enabling them to start rebuilding their lives from a safe haven.  

  • Natural Disaster Zone Search & Rescue Scholarships (Philippines)

  • Agricultural sustainable life skills (Philippines)

  • Agricultural sustainable life skills (Bulgaria)