The Charity marked its 75th anniversary in 2021. In reviewing progress since its re-launch in 2017, the Trustees decided to take a more proactive approach to delivering the aims of the Charity, alongside the consideration of applications for assistance.

In 2021/22 Trustees agreed to prioritise ways to support children affected by school closures and restrictions on outdoor activities, resulting from the covid lockdowns. During 2022 they developed and promoted two schemes that have been rolled out in primary schools in the area – book vouchers and Forest Schools.

Initiatives developed in 2023 responded to the impact of increases in the cost of living. TOGS supermarket vouchers were offered through a scheme with HFM and a donation was made to support the work of the Harborough Hygiene Bank.