In April, Bain Capital Children's Fund Europe announced partnerships with three new nonprofits:
Groomed is launching a curriculum to empower parents and children to prevent, recognize and stop sexual abuse. The grant they receive from Bain Capital Children's Fund Europe will be used to fund the development of the curriculum and the rollout in UK schools in partnership with NSPCC.
Orchid Project is a UK-based charity with a vision of a world free from female genital cutting (FGC). The grant they receive from Bain Capital Children's Fund Europe will be used to fund a program for UK and Europe-based diaspora activists who have been most affected by the practice and to strengthen their work as change-makers on the issue of FGC.
Hackney Pirates works exclusively with young people, aged 9 – 12, who are both falling behind at school and have fewer advantages in their personal circumstances. The grant they receive from Bain Capital Children's Fund Europe will be used to fund the opening of a new location in Tottenham.
Bain Capital’s partners and employees have contributed €1.4 million to support nonprofit organizations benefitting children and youth across Europe. The fund aims to support non-profit organizations focusing on children and youth over the next three years around three main pillars: i) securing health ii) providing education and opportunity and iii) alleviating poverty.