Our Investors

The Luminos Fund is immensely grateful to our key funding partners and supporters who have helped us bring thousands of out-of-school children back to learning. As a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit, we continue to seek like-minded investors who are motivated to reach marginalized children and are inspired by our impact on the education systems we serve.

Cartier Philanthropy supports our program in Ethiopia.

Christie’s supports education and art therapy for Syrian refugee children.

The David Weekley Family Foundation provides generous strategic support for the Luminos Fund’s growth.

The Douglas B. Marshall, Jr. Family Foundation supports Luminos classrooms in Ethiopia.

Dubai Cares supports Luminos classrooms in Liberia and Ethiopia.

Hirshmann Stiftung’s support has enabled us to help more Syrian refugees continue their education.

Legatum launched Luminos with a $10 million commitment over five years.

We are honored to be part of Mulago’s portfolio and receive their support for our programs.

The Peter Cundill Foundation helps bring educational opportunities to out-of-school children in Ethiopia.

Supercell’s commitment helped Luminos launch our back to school initiative for Syrian refugees Lebanon.

UBS Optimus Foundation and a range of UBS private bank clients support our Liberia and Lebanon programs.

Cartier Philanthropy supports our program in Ethiopia.

Christie’s supports education and art therapy for Syrian refugee children in Lebanon.

The David Weekley Family Foundation provides generous strategic support for the Luminos Fund’s growth.

The Douglas B. Marshall, Jr. Family Foundation supports Luminos classrooms in Ethiopia.

Dubai Cares supports Luminos classrooms in Liberia and Ethiopia.

Hirshmann Stiftung’s support has enabled us to help more Syrian refugees continue their education.

Legatum Foundation launched Luminos with a $10 million commitment over five years.

We are honored to be part of Mulago’s portfolio and receive their support for our programs.

The Peter Cundill Foundation helps bring educational opportunities to out-of-school children in Ethiopia.

Supercell’s commitment helped Luminos launch our back to school initiative for Syrian refugees Lebanon.

UBS Optimus Foundation and a range of UBS private bank clients support our programs in Liberia and Lebanon.

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+1 781 333 8317   info@luminosfund.org

The Luminos Fund is a 501(c)(3), tax-exempt charitable organization registered in the United States (EIN 36-4817073).

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