Generosity with others for a brighter future

The Karl Vella Foundation is all about giving. We strive to give care to youngsters affected by family illness and this is only possible with your support. Below we have listed some of the companies or organisations that have helped us throughout our journey.


The Karl Vella Foundation is offering its support to all children who attend free of charge, and as one can imagine, doing so will entails a number of expenses. The Foundation strives to ensure that it can keep on offering the same level of service consistently. Every little helps!

Our Aims

  • To assist children and adolescents during this traumatic experience
  • To assist family members suffering from illness by ensuring their children are looked after
  • To assist other organisations involved in the care of sick individuals who have children who siblings under 17 years, and therefore create a more holisitic approach to care during illness
  • To ensure the well being of all children and adolscence entrusted in our care

For more information please contact us on [email protected]


There are various ways a company or organisation may help The Karl Vella Foundation. All proceeds donated will go directly to the running of the Foundation. Below are a few ideas of how one can help.

  • Company Donation - monetary or goods
  • Fund raising events such as dress down days
  • Collecting donations during work function
  • Donating funds usually used for the purchase of wedding souvenirs (we provide token bookmarks of appreciation)
  • Organising tournaments with proceeds donated to the Foundation

However you wish to aid The Karl Vella Foundation, we thank you in advance for your generosity not only towards us, but also towards the countless number of children who will benefit from your generosity.



  • Address:
    Karl Vella Foundation Centre,
    The President's Kitchen Garden,
    St Anthony Street,
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Website: www.karlvellafoundation.org
  • Phone: +356 2123 7928
  • Registered Voluntary Organisation (V/O 0992)


To provide educational and psychological assistance to children in families disrupted by illness