By improving access to knowledge and learning, we help give people the opportunity to experience life in all its fullness.
Feed the Minds supports discrete projects that aim to transform lives in marginalised communities through education, communication and the provision of information to under-resourced people.
Feed the Minds awards grants ranging from £1,000 to £25,000. In the past two years, we have supported projects in more than 30 countries in Africa, Asia, South America and the Eastern Block.
Applications can be submitted for funding for up to three years, up to a maximum of £25,000 per project.
Feed the Minds emphasises the importance of developing indigenous responses to issues and we expect all applications to reflect the involvement of local people in the project design and implementation.
Feed the Minds funds education across the developmental spectrum, as well as culturally relevant teaching in local languages. Feed the Minds also emphasise indigenous creativity and publications written for local audiences.
Feed the Minds support for training is ecumenical and we welcome proposals from all denominations.
Feed the Minds will not support projects that discriminate between people because of religion, sex, race, disability or sexual orientation.
Feed the Minds does not fund projects that advocate allegiance to political parties or regimes. We also do not fund research, tuition fees or capital expenditure projects.
For more information and application, see: Feed the Minds Grants
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