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The Sievert Larsson Foundation

Investing in education

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Investing in the education of young people is the best investment you can make. Brain power is mankind’s most valuable resource and should never be wasted.

Sievert Larsson


Since 2007, Ancoria's founder, Sievert Larsson, has been making education a reality for thousands of children in need around the world, through the Sievert Larsson Scholarship Foundation.

Larsson’s fundamental belief in global educational opportunity led him to eventually donate all his shares in Ancoria Insurance to the Foundation.

Ancoria has gone one step further. All our profits now go to the Foundation so that we can give meaningful financial support to promising students in Cyprus and abroad.

In partnership with other non-governmental organisations, like the SET Foundation and the New Life Centre Foundation, the Sievert Larsson Foundation has given thousands of scholarships to children globally to pursue the education they deserve.




European Union Republic of Cyprus Structural Funds
The project was submitted under the Digital Transformation for Business Program and is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund and the Republic of Cyprus.