Our appeal to you

 Daphne Schild and her late husband Rolf have been wonderfully loyal supporters of the Anne Frank Trust.  If you have just one minute find out why.

Why support us?

The Anne Frank Trust enters the lives of young people across the country when they are likely to be at their most vulnerable and impressionable and imbues in them the importance of personal responsibility and respect for others. It also shows them how to stand up to prejudice and discrimination. In the last year, the Trust has taken its exhibition into schools across the country, and worked tirelessly in disadvantaged and divided communities, to teach the lessons from Anne’s life and use it as a template to build a strong foundation for their lives.

Your support is vital for us to continue our work.

How you can support us

Make a donation
Make a monthly donation by direct debit or a one-off gift.

Fundraise for us
Run a marathon, climb a mountain, organise a quiz night...

Donate to celebrate
Celebrate a special occasion by giving or inviting your guests to make a donation.

Attend our Annual Lunch

Celebrate a life

Make a gift in memory of a loved one.

Leave a legacy

Make a charity bequest.

Be a benefactor
Gifts over £3,000 make you or your company a benefactor of the Trust.

How we spend your money

Your donation will help us to:

  • Fund workshops in prisons or young offenders institutions. Our programme is widely regarded as an effective means of tackling issues like racism and prejudice in prisons.
  • Pay for an intensive schools programme. Students learn about personal responsibility, respect for others and challenging prejudice.
  • Fund training for young people as Anne Frank Ambassadors. Students learn leadership skills and become active citizens, taking the message of Anne Frank into other schools.
  • Reach people in areas of high community tension and social deprivation. Young and old learn about the damage caused by prejudice and hatred, and how to play their part.

83% of individuals say that, after one of our programmes, they are ‘more likely’ or ‘much more likely’ to challenge prejudice or discrimination.


For a confidential conversation please call Sara Pollins on 020 7284 5858



''If we want to make progress as human beings then guiding the thoughts and actions of young people is a necessary step. In this endeavour, the Anne Frank Trust is at the forefront of this challenge''.

Edward Bonham Carter, an Anne Frank Trust Benefactor

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table at our Annual Lunch every year.

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