The Kavli Trust supports humanitarian
work, research and culture.
mill NOK shared in 2017
mill NOK since 2011
active projects today
countries receiving support
May 11, 2018
Born in the Thai refugee camps, Tiny Toone's founder Tuy Sobil, aka "KK", grew up in the projects of Los Angeles.
A semester with world class cancer researchers
May 08, 2018
Tormod S. Nilsen was the first of three Norwegian researchers to receive a grant from Aktiv mot kreft and the Kavli Trust, in support of his research on physical activity as a part of cancer treatment. He says his time as a cancer researcher in NYC was both eventful and productive.
Her own store with cash support
May 08, 2018
Finally, Etagne (36) received the opportunity to create her own business. With cash support from StS EDA and the Kavli Trust, and a free piece of land from her brother, she has established her own store.
Stepping up for youth in South Africa
April 09, 2018
The Kavli Trust has decided to extend their cooperation with LEAP Science and Math Schools in South Africa. The new agreement will ensure 120 young South Africans access to high-quality education in the years to come.
A life changing programme
March 28, 2018
“The Victory Programme has been life changing, I have been able to half my weekly shop and make sure my kids are well fed. It’s life skills no one ever taught me” said Melanie, one of the first graduates from the Vicory Programme.
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