About INTO Giving

Working across the globe, INTO Giving supports projects that increase access to education and improves the quality of teaching and learning.

INTO Giving supports disadvantaged – and very often impoverished – children’s and young people’s education in Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas. We help children to go to school, stay in school and we improve the quality of education in their schools.



'Education is a fundamental human right and essential for the exercise of all other human rights. It promotes individual freedom and empowerment and yields important development benefits.'  -- UNESCO


INTO Giving is supported by INTO University Partnerships a global higher education organisation. We work closely with staff, students, education counsellors, family, friends, INTO university partners and the general; public who support our projects through volunteering their time and skills, donations and fundraising.

What we do

INTO Giving supports children's and young people's education across the globe.

We have a special focus on supporting girls' education in the developing world, and refugee education.

Ensuring these children still have access to education is crucial to creating a more peaceful, equal world.

Educating girls is vital for creating a more equal world and for developing the wider community.

We stick up for girls’ education, for the education of refugee schoolchildren and their teachers, and for girls and boys alike who are at very real, everyday risk of being forced or coerced out of school because they’re poor.

Between 2008 – 2019 we’ve helped schoolchildren (and teachers) through 34 projects in 21 countries across Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas

In addition to all of our work in the developing world, INTO Giving also funds education projects local to INTO University Partnerships centres in the UK and the US, where INTO students and staff may volunteer.

Why do we do it


  • We have access to educational skills and resources that enable us to increase access to education in places where there is none, and to improve the quality of education in schools that need it
  • We have access to the resources, knowledge and skills, and we want to put them to good use
  • 57 million young children worldwide are unable to attend school


Put simply, it's a case of human rights. And education, among human rights, is essential for all other human rights, and promotes individual freedom.

We also do it because:

  • Education reduces poverty and powers economic growth, improves people’s chance of a healthier life, reduces child mortality, reduces the likelihood of women marrying and having children at an early age
  • Education reduces a women's and girls' risk of HIV infection, and improves overall health and wellbeing


Who are we?

The INTO Giving team: Chloe McCloskey, Christopher Walker and Gemma Hewett

Our past, present and future...






  • Naomi leaves INTO Giving to work for another amazing charity and is replaced by the wonderful Gemma
  • Isabel is off for Maternity leave and her replacement for the year is Chloe
  • INTO Giving visits Kovalam, Tamil Nadu, India and create a new video on girls' education

INTO Giving turns 10-years-old in 2018. It's a big birthday and a good reason for looking back at some of the highlights and headlines over the past decade:


  • We were "born" (woo-hoo) and registered as a UK education charity


  • Started sponsoring the HOPE project in China
  • Started sponsoring teacher training in Gambia


  • Began supporting children orphaned by HIV/Aids in Zambia


  • We became a US tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit


  • Began sponsoring the Mercy Centre Poonsab preschool in Thailand
  • Began sponsoring the Free Lunch fund in China
  • Isabel Knight becomes our first full-time member of staff


  • Began sponsoring the Kampasa School in Zambia
  • Started sponsoring Fly the Phoenix in Honduras
  • Chris Walker becomes Director of INTO Giving


2016: (this is where things start getting busy!) We began supporting: 

  • Worldwide: Girls Shine Academy, Malawi - Slaughterhouse School, Bangkok - DCI Sun Child Sponsorship, Bangladesh - Jusoor School for Syrian refugees, Lebanon - Wulugu Project, Ghana
  • UK & US: School Bus Project Brighton, UK & Calais - Corvallis Public Schools Foundation, Oregon - ReDefiners, Florida - Step One, Exeter - Caledonian Club, Glasgow - County Community Project, Gloucestershire - Aim2Attain, London
  • Isabel has a baby! Naomi Cromby takes over whilst Isabel is on maternity leave


All donations received from our supporters are solely used for funding charity projects. All support provided by INTO University Partnerships is donated free of charge.

INTO Giving accounts are open to the public and can be accessed via the links at the below.

2015-2016       2016 - 2017    2017 - 2018

2014 - 2015     2013 - 2014     2012 - 2013            

2011 - 2012     2010 - 2011     2009 - 2010     

2008 - 2009     

INTO Giving (UK)

  • INTO Giving is a UK registered charity since October 2008. Our annual accounts can be found on the Charity Commission website https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/charity-commission by searching our charity registration number 1126262
  • INTO Giving registered with HMRC in December 2010 as a charity eligible for GiftAid
  • INTO Giving banks with the CAF Bank Ltd, owned and operated by a charity and a member of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme and Markets Act 2000
  • INTO University Partnerships raises no charges to INTO Giving and provides INTO Giving with office facilities free of charge.

INTO Giving (US)

  • INTO Giving has been registered, in the State of California, as a US charity since 30 March 2012
  • INTO Giving has been awarded 501(c)(3) status, effective from 30 March 2012 and, therefore, has  income tax exempt status
  • INTO Giving banks with HSBC