This unmissable event is the perfect way to start your week and get into the festive spirit ahead of Christmas! Join us for what is promising to be a colourful,…
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Church of Ireland Bishop of Cashel, Ferns & Ossory, Bishop Michael Burrows, visited 66+ churches and schools during his Route 66 fundraising challenge.
A former Director of Feed the Minds, Alec Gilmore, has written a book wishing to capture the history of the charity, and the churches’ contribution over 300 years to literacy, literature and libraries.
Cathrin Kalbfell, who is running the Royal Parks Half Marathon for Feed the Minds on 8 October 2017, has written this inspiring blog about why she feels motivated to support our work overseas.
Join us for our first ever Carol Concert in Edinburgh on Thursday 14th December.
Join Feed the Minds for our annual Carol Concert on Tuesday 12th December, at Southwark Cathedral. The candlelit setting will provide a magical backdrop for the evening held at this prestigious venue.
Church of Ireland Bishop of Cashel, Ferns & Ossory, Michael Burrows, starts his rapid road tour today, 13 September 2017, to raise funds for Feed the Minds and Mothers’ Union. Visiting…
An insightful blog by our Director, Josephine Carlsson, reflecting on this year’s theme for International Literacy Day, ‘Literacy in a digital world’. This morning, on my train journey into work,…
Katie Luxton, our Programme & Funding Officer, tells us about her recent visit to Edinburgh, where she attended Heart & Soul festival with our Community Events and Fundraising Officer, Sam Cook.
Our Director, Josephine Carlsson, writes: “Recently, I marched through a town supporting women’s rights. It was not one of the marches you would have seen in the news the last few months, and tiny compared to the ones that took place in London or NYC.