The ITP Trust is funded by the company and its people. It is registered with and regulated by the Charity Commission for England and Wales (, Registration Number 1140940. It was created in 2011 to formalize and focus on ITP's community activities.

We are pleased to be able to announce that the ITP Trust is supporting UNICEF for another two years and that the Trust will donate $441,608 to help build and restore new schools and classrooms in rural parts of Malawi. The Funding Proposal gives a comprehensive overview of what we expect to accomplish before the completion date of December 2016.

This takes our total donations to UNICEF to over $1m so far. To see a full list of our donations, please click here.

In 2013/2014 the Trust donated $297,633 to the same project of building and restoring schools and classrooms. You can see the project reports here:

In 2012/13 the Trust donated $269,013 to support UNICEF's Malawi Library Project which saw ten school libraries built and stocked in the most isolated areas of Malawi. This project was particularly aimed at improving literacy rates amongst vulnerable children. You can see our project reports here:

Malawi Field Trip - November 2014

As part of our partnership with UNICEF we were able to send five ITP staff members to Malawi to see first-hand the projects and people we are supporting - to see their blog and gallery please follow this link:

Arabian Business Brit List - Michael Owen's Penalty Shoot-Out 21st May, 2013
The ITP Trust raised $8,000 thanks to generous donations by:

John Antonadias
Chris Shaw
Rayan Karaky
Adam Bruce
Ziad Makhzoumi
Sara Brooks

If you would like us to help support your charity or community initiative, then read our charter which outlines the guidelines we follow in deciding what support we can offer. Email if you think we will be able to help. We aim to get back to you within two working days with an initial response. Ahlan! Live - Celebrities, Gossips, Fashion, Events, Bars & Clubs, Restaurants, Reviews, Offers & Competitions