Grants for Health and Education up to £5,000 for the Developing World
Grants for Health and Education
A small number of Grants for Health and Education are available to UK registered charities that are based in the UK but have projects that focus on health and education initiatives in the developing world.
Sevenhills Wholefoods, a business that sells superfoods, funds projects around the world that support those in the greatest need to access the basics in life that it believes everyone should have such as food, education, housing, medicine, clean water and sanitation.
Each year, the company sets aside a small amount of money (£50,000) to support projects that it feels meets its objectives for that year.
Projects taking place in 2017/18 should be focused on health and education initiatives in the developing world.
Grants for Health and Education of up to £5,000 could be used for a number of different projects, including but not limited to:
- Basic literacy skills in schools for primary aged children.
- Increase access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene.
- Narrow the gender gap in youth literacy rates.
- Provide safe clean water for all.
- Reduce child mortality.
- Improve maternal health.
- Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases.
There are no restrictions on how the funding can be spent.
A total of £50,000 is available for 2017. No more than 10 grants are expected to be awarded in 2017.
There is no standard application form. Proposals will be accepted from UK registered charities including voluntary organisations, community groups, social enterprises, and registered societies that are based and registered in the UK but who are working in the developing world.
The deadline for applications is 31 May 2017.
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