The Stonehage Fleming Charitable Foundation is an independent charity established by the Stonehage Fleming Group in 2016 and registered with the UK charity commission (charity number 1169681). It is a grant making charity which aims to improve the lives of residents in the areas in which the Stonehage Fleming Group operates. The Foundation focuses on building collaborative relationships with local community expertise which promotes mutual learning. We strive to support charities with strong leadership and sound governance, ideally exhibiting innovation and high levels of local integration, leverage and empowerment potential.


The Stonehage Fleming Charitable Foundation creates opportunities for donors to gather around themes of common interest, share experiences and co-invest in philanthropic projects.


Our mission is to create a tangible legacy reflecting this commitment, primarily in the fields of:


We invest in supporting a wide variety of causes within the healthcare sector, including autism, cancer care, mental health and Parkinson’s as well as supporting research projects and funding for equipment.


We have a holistic approach, supporting the education spectrum from early childhood development programmes for orphans and vulnerable children, to youth development programmes offering practical life skills.

Sports Development

We believe sport is a beneficial tool in supporting communities and educating young adults. We fund charities that use sport to promote peace and development.

The Arts

We promote excellence in the arts, supporting innovative and educational programmes designed to create a community of like-minded art lovers, collectors, and enthusiasts.

Social Development

We see social development as a key element of personal growth. Our belief is that it is needed to benefit people in society to create cultural change.


We support those who facilitate the establishment of transfrontier conservation areas and develop human resources, thereby supporting sustainable economic development and the conservation of biodiversity.