Challenge Event fundraisers have raised over £23,000 in 2018. Below, our Fundraising Support Officer, Matt Wright, explains the significance of these events to Feed the Minds’ life-changing work.
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In this special concert on the 17th and 18th December you’ll be serenaded with traditional Gospel and festive songs by the renowned and award winning IDMC Gospel Choir, while also getting to sing your favourite carols too!
Alongside our in-country partner we have been working in the Amuria District, Uganda, to increase the vocational and business skills of 1,200 women and young people in order to increase their incomes and improve the quality of their lives.
Vijaya was left to raise her two daughters on her own. As they lived in poverty, she didn’t know how she’d cope. After being moved to a slum-resettlement community, she was able to participate in our vocational skills project which has given her a new confidence and income.
We’ve recently completed a three-year peacebuilding project in three areas of Kenya, with our local partner Peacebuilding, Healing and Reconciliation Programme (PHARP).
After the success of our sell-out concerts in London last year in Southwark Cathedral and St. Paul’s Church, Covent Garden, we’re excited to be hosting four carol concerts in…
We’re so excited to announce that this year we will be hosting two carol concerts in Scotland, in Edinburgh and Glasgow, with all proceeds going to support our work overseas.
International Literacy Day, on the 8th September, has been celebrated around the world since 1967 to raise awareness and remind us of the importance of literacy in our lives. Because literacy means so much more than being able to read and write.
Looking for a challenge towards the end of 2018? Look no further – here are six fantastic reasons to run for Feed the Minds this October
Salima, from the Democratic Republic of Congo, wasn’t allowed to go to school when she was a child. Having no literacy skills left her vulnerable as an adult, trapped in a cycle of poverty. Learn how our project has helped give Salima a new start.