The Everyone Foundation is a flexible collection of passionate people, making up a board of trustees, some volunteers and project facilitators.
At the Everyone Foundation we’re inspired by many ideas, philosophies and religions, but are governed by and affiliated to none.
We like to believe in the inherent goodness of humanity and are optimistic about its future.
“I am really excited about the work that we are doing at the everyone foundation. Desmond Tutu said this organisation “has the potential to change the way we see ourselves as human beings” and I think with fantastic partners and stretching projects he is absolutely right. What drives me more is the hope that we can go even further than that, and change the way we act as human beings – the way we make decisions, and respond to the needs of everyone around the world….”
Sarah Drummond – programme director
“As a journalist, facilitator, and project manager, I know that stepping up to be one of everyone is in all our hands – to choose to act and by doing so to improve the world for everyone. We can spend time admiring the people who do this, yet we all have the capacity to connect and act – generously, respectfully, and with genuine care.”
“I have always been interested in how groups learn and shape their world whether that is in organisations, communities or families. As a core member of the Everyone team, with a background in organisational development and evaluation, I am passionate to understand how feelings of futility and isolation stop us from taking action to improve our world for everyone.”
“Having worked on major international multi-sport events such as the Olympic and Commonwealth Games since 2000, I have seen the way that well designed events, campaigns and interventions can transform relationships within communities – specifically how we feel about ourselves and each other. As chair of the everyone foundation, I believe that we can help people connect, and through that build our motivation to improve the world for everyone.”
“As a cultural producer I am very interested in how people come together and interact in public spaces; how the way spaces and places are designed, and what happens in them, can hugely affect our sense of community and social interaction. As trustee of the Everyone Foundation I am passionate about the fact that one of its core aims is the recognition we constantly have opportunities to create the world we live in, and that we can choose to do that in a compelling manner to make better, richer experiences for everyone.”