Smart science to improve lives™
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Croda Foundation

Welcome to Croda Foundation

We are the independently managed philanthropic arm of Croda International, established to benefit organisations, projects and communities globally, using Smart science to improve lives™.

In line with Croda’s Commitment to be People Positive by 2030, the Foundation’s trustees have decided our goal is to permanently improve one million lives by 2030. This will be in the communities that our Foundation has identified and will be by providing access to people, know-how and capital. In carrying out our work, we support the UN Sustainable Development Goals and work in consortium and partnership with communities, organisations and charities. 

Our priority areas:

  • Improve health and wellbeing
  • Reduce hunger and poverty, and improve livelihoods
  • Protect and restore forests and ecosystems

Our United Nations priority Sustainable Development Goals

We have identified nine UN SDGs where we believe our charitable objectives can have a meaningful impact and improve lives. We believe that in developing long-lasting partnerships that address multiple SDGs, the greatest impact can be made in permanently improving people's lives. These SDGs form our core criteria for selecting projects and communities to support globally.

Board of trustees

Nigel Turner, Chair
Stuart Arnott, Trustee
Anthony Fitzpatrick, Member appointed trustee

People Positive

People Positive

By 2030, we will be People Positive.

rommel moseley

Rommel Moseley

Executive director

Rommel has been with Croda Foundation since April 2021, joining from the Thomson Reuters Foundation. His professional experience is in business development, service design and change management. An acknowledged expert in corporate, government and charity partnerships, Rommel spent 20 years negotiating and delivering complex mutually beneficial partnerships.

Contact us

Tel: +44 (0)1405 863340