The Kavli Trust supports humanitarian
work, research and culture.
mill NOK shared in 2017
mill NOK since 2011
active projects today
countries receiving support
From South Africa to Utøya with Tore’s Foundation
August 17, 2018
Inaam Kesner (25) is a project manager at Tore's Foundation in South Africa. Recently, she attended the Norwegian Youth Labour Party (AUF) summer camp at Utøya, holding a workshop on South African youth politics, while at the same time learning about how young people participate in politics in Norway.
Three new years of higher education for Zimbabwean youth
July 02, 2018
Sabona and the Kavli Trust have again come together to provide the most disadvantaged students in Zimbabwe with the opportunity for higher education
Grace (28) the new leader of Farm for the Future in Tanzania
June 18, 2018
Farm for the Future has hired Grace Kimonge (28) to lead their project in Tanzania. Planning for construction and the establishment of the organisation is now well under way.
Paying it forward with Thriive Kenya
June 15, 2018
New multi-year support from the Kavli Trust will expand Thriive Kenya’s creative financing for small business entrepreneurs struggling to find growth capital in greater Nairobi.
Twelve applicants are invited to apply for research funding
June 12, 2018
Twelve chosen candidates are now being given the chance to submit a more comprehensive application for research funding from the Kavli Trust to study children and adolescents mental health.
60% HUMANITARIAN PROJECTS
60% of the profits will be used for humanitarian projects.
30% RESEARCH PROJECTS
30% of the profits will be used for humanitarian projects.
10% CULTURAL PROJECTS
10% of the profits will be used for cultural projects.
Profits from Kavli go to Good Causes
The Kavli Trust owns Norway’s Kavli group, which produces the well-known Kavli and Primula spreadable cheeses and Q-Meieriene dairy products as well as other food products in Norway, Sweden, Finland and the UK. Profits from the group are distributed to good causes through us. We donated NOK 72.5 million in 2016.
The history of Kavli
Our history in pictures