Our Work / Current
Together with our partner organizations we aim to widen access to welfare and education and through the preservation of our unique cultural heritage and participation in the arts, enhance the lives of people for many generations to come.
The National Gallery
SPLF and Aarti Lohia are excited to support the National Gallery’s Modern and Contemporary Art Program as the new Leading Philanthropic Supporters. As part of SPLF’s commitment to the National Gallery, Aarti Lohia is also a member of the Modern and Contemporary Art Advisory Panel.
The Children's Trust
SPLF is delighted to support The Children Trust’s appeal for Special Equipment 2022.
Under the initiative of Mr & Mrs Amit Lohia’s second son, UK chess champion Sohum Lohia, since 2018, SPLF has supported The Children’s Trust’s invaluable work for children with brain injury or affected by neurodisability.
The only organisation of its kind in the UK, The Children Trust provides brain injury rehabilitation, school education, respite care or step-down care from hospital to home for children to live their best life possible.
The British Asian Trust
As proud members of the South Asian community in the UK, the Lohia family and SPLF are honoured to support The British Asian Trust’s pioneering work since its inception. The British Asian Trust wants to see a South Asia that is free from poverty where everyone can meet their full potential. Its work unlocks the potential of disadvantaged people by maximising the impact and support of the South Asian diaspora. The Trust was founded in 2007 by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales and a group of visionary British Asian business leaders, and works in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, tackling problems and inequalities in the areas of education, and livelihoods, mental health, anti-trafficking and conservation.
Since then, the Trust has had a positive impact on the lives of 6.6 million people. It is a unique organisation, led and driven by the South Asian diaspora and by a powerful belief that traditional approaches to philanthropy and development will not, alone, solve the challenges of the region, hence focuses on outcomes-driven programmes.
SPLF is pleased to support Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs.
Chatham House is a world-leading policy institute with a mission to help governments and societies build a sustainably secure, prosperous and just world.
LONDON CHESS CLASSICS
Chess runs in the Lohia Family, and so does the commitment to encourage and fund sports activities for the young and elderly alike. SP Lohia Foundation is delighted to continue to support The London Chess Classic in 2022.
LCC is a world-renowned chess festival held in London, including tournaments suitable for norm and title seekers, junior events, amateur competitions, simultaneous exhibitions, coaching, and lectures.
As well as tournaments between some of the world's top grandmasters.
LONDON AIR AMBULANCE CHARITY
As a London-based foundation, SPLF is proud to support London’s Air Ambulance Charity in its heroic efforts to attend to London’s most seriously injured patients. By providing intervention as quickly as possible after injury, London Air Hospital gives patients the best chance of survival, and best quality of life, after trauma. London’s Air Ambulance serves the 10 million people that live work, and travel within the M25, treating an average of five patients daily.