The Kavli Trust supports humanitarian
work, research and culture.
mill NOK shared out in 2016
mill NOK shared out since 2013
active projects supported today
countries receiving support
Zimbabwe: Supporting ambition
December 08, 2017
“My dream has been to become a skilled engineer,” says 25-year-old Addlove. Newly graduated with excellent marks, he has come a long step forward in turning this into reality in Zimbabwe.
Three new years of partnership
November 06, 2017
Thousands of children to discover the joy of singing with a new three-year partnership between the Sage Gateshead and the Kavli Trust.
Avoiding waste in health research
October 13, 2017
If you have NOK 25 million you want to spend on advancing medical science, how do you share this money out?
31 pre-proposals submitted
October 13, 2017
Through the Programme on Health Research the Kavli Trust will be awarding a total of EUR 2,6 M to collaborative research projects addressing selected evidence gaps in child and adolescent mental health.
– Nobody will have to fight alone
October 10, 2017
Sweden’s Young Cancer organisation works to improve living conditions for young adults afflicted by the disease. This important work has now received NOK 1.5 million from the Kavli Trust.
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