The ALBORADA Trust aims to provide funding for medical and veterinary causes, research, education, the welfare of animals and with the provision of relief to disaster areas worldwide.
World Champion ALBORADA
The Trust was named after the great race mare ALBORADA. Twice winner of Newmarket’s Champion Stakes,
Group 1, and rated World Champion three-year-old filly in 1998.
Partners with leading Charities
We’re partners with leading national and international charities such as ActionAid, Alzheimer’s Research UK, The Brooke and Médecins Sans Frontières.
Funding for Charities
The trustees’ primary aims are the funding of medical and veterinary causes, research and education, welfare of animals and help with relief to disaster areas worldwide.
Funding so far
Grants made in 2021
All grants paid
Long term commitments
COVID-19 and the war in UKRAINE.
The trustees of The ALBORADA Trust were able to hold a trustees meeting in April, as a result:
Grants totaling over £1/2m have been made to a number of charities working on the border with Ukraine and two in the UK helping its refugees. These included Action Against Hunger, The International Rescue Committee and Medair to name just three. The trust will continue to monitor the situation.
Last year The Alborada trust committed £3/4m to help a number of charities, including Addenbrooke’s Hospital, to help them cope with the demands caused by the pandemic.
The Alborada Trust has a global reach and has made donations to charities that are providing aid to the following countries: Afganistan, Africa, Bangladesh, Belarus, Congo, Ethiopia, Greece, Haiti, Gaza, Lebanon, Libya, Mali, Mozambique, Pakistan, Sudan, Thailand, Uganda, Uzbekistan, Yeman and Zimbabwe.