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A picture of Michael Morpurgo who read the Radio 4 appeal and is a well known author.

Oct 7, 2014

Michael Morpurgo Radio 4 Appeal

In May we were lucky to have Michael Morpurgo host a Radio 4 Appeal for us. Listen to him speak about his reasons for supporting us below, or visit the…

Dr. Johnson's House

Sep 26, 2014

50 Years of Making a Difference

Turning 50 is certainly a milestone to celebrate. Feed the Minds did just that with a reception at Dr Johnson’s House in London on Monday. 50 years ago Feed the Minds…


Sep 9, 2014

International Literacy Day

Yesterday was International Literacy Day. We asked our Programmes Director, Katy Newell-Jones, where she really sees literacy making a difference in the work we do. Katy: Two examples really stand…

Aug 19, 2014

Empower quote

“Providing education for women has a far wider impact than being able to read and write. It empowers them. And when women are empowered, whole families benefit.”

– Georgina Saad from The Economist Group, a Feed the Minds supporter

Aug 19, 2014

Peace-building Quote

“Healing and reconciliation is something we need just as we need shelter, food, clothes, water. I was able to forgive those who exterminated my family because of the lessons learned from the workshops, which have made a big difference in my life.


Colette Mukatete from Rwanda, leader of a reconciliation club formed as part of one of our peace-building projects.

Who we work with

Aug 6, 2014

Missing Millions

Fatimah Kelleher discusses women’s literacy in the Guardian, with a quote from our Programme Director Katy Newell-Jones. “On its own, literacy neither saves lives nor fills hungry mouths. However, we…


Aug 6, 2014


In July the Feed the Minds Scarborough group held a 50th anniversary thanksgiving service. The well attended service raised over £300 that will go towards our vital work. Thank you…