The trust sponsors orphans for summer activities at independent UK boarding schools. Some have offered and funded places for two all three very deprived children from abroad.
Such children, usually aged between 12 and 16, are invited to join a school sometimes for a whole term or for the last two weeks of it and will then participate in a challenging cycling holiday, usually a coast to coast such as from St Bees to somewhere like Flamborough Head. This event is well organised by staff and parents at the school concerned and it raises money in support of the Theo Trust or Project Mala, a trust helping deprived communities in Uttar Pradesh, India. For the nine Russians who have taken part over all, it has been an experience of a life time, leading to lasting friendships that are kept alive through Facebook.
Foremarke Hall School, through the Theo Trust Scheme, has invited past beneficiaries for a further visit to the school usually from mid June to late August. This is an opportunity to renew friendships made during her year of study at the school, to practise her English, and to reacquaint herself with British traditions.