Incredible impacts programme

The big difference



Incredible Impacts Grant - 17 June 2024

Incredible Impacts Seed Fund Grant - 15 July 2024



Down Syndrome International (DSI)

Down Syndrome International (DSI), hosted their World Down Syndrome Congress in July 2018 in Glasgow. The congress brought together a range of professionals and researchers from health and social care, education, employment and human rights. People with Down syndrome and their families were also present for an inspiring experience of education with the aim of removing some of the stigmas surrounding the condition.

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Society for Ecological Restoration (SER)

The Society for Ecological Restoration (SER) hosted a unique global forum striving to develop and advance the world’s knowledge and understanding of our ecosystems. 

The world conference in 2017 attracted 1,000 delegates from more than 60 countries, creating a massive impact across the globe by promoting worldwide knowledge transfer, and facilitated paid-for attendance from delegates in developing countries, in recognition of the fact that environmental degradation is a global problem and those countries are the hardest hit. The week-long conference also gave attendees the opportunity to spend the day volunteering at a restoration site near the venue, planting trees and collecting native seed. The SER also made a donation on behalf of the event to support local restorative activities in the area to offset the conference’s footprint.

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Union for International Cancer Control

This association brought together key decision makers from around the world to define compelling messages to support the call to action against cancer. The Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) hosted their 2017 World Cancer Leaders’ Summit in Mexico City. With a theme of ‘Cities Driving Change,’ they convened 350 global cancer and public health leaders to discuss solutions in cancer prevention and care into further national action by 2025.

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