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Propose a New Project

If you would like to propose a new project to us to consider for funding, please contact us for instructions on how to send us your project proposal form as below.

Please note: At the moment we are not considering new projects.

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Please see below for our project selection criteria:

  • Health and/or education projects in Latin America.
  • Run by a registered or recognised NGO/charitable concern or not-for-profit organisation. If not, then the waiver of this requirement must be approved by a majority of the Trustees.
  • At least 2 years of accounts/financial history.
  • Details of the project leader and deputies. Provide ID of trustees and the other people involved in running the organisation, proof of qualifications.
  • Provides charitable benefit that is quantifiable. Impact – how many lives directly and indirectly will the project have a positive impact and make a difference.
  • Measurement of social returns, evidence of results can be produced: data collection, external evaluations, feedback from beneficiaries, level of demand for the service.
  • Scope of project – ability to grow and increase the number of lives affected.
  • Encourages sustainable development. Long term plan/sustainability – evidence of the project raising own funds or having diversification of funding base so not reliant on one source.
  • Can be visited or monitored regularly by a Trustee Approved representative.
  • References from other donors
La Vida Children at Vila Maria

Sponsor a Child

A monthly donation of £17 provides quality education for a child at Vila Maria, Lima, Peru. Sponsors receive information on the child they are supporting and regular updates on his or her progress.

Recent Projects

Fundesoc- Environmental Education Task Force

A pilot programme to raise awareness of the importance of environmental issues and improve waste management within schools
Pasitos de Luz

Pasitos de Luz – New Life Mexico

Providing 10 litres of powdered milk a day for 40 disabled children
ecological stove

Ecological Stoves – New Life Mexico / Small Change 4 Big Change

Building Ecological Stoves for families living in rural Guatemala

Corpolatin – Children of the Andes

Corpolatin is Colombia’s most-used chidren's helpline.

Amantani – Graduate programme

The Graduate Programme will help girls in the Boarding Houses to graduate from school and to transition into their new lives.
La Vida -Viva a Vida

Viva a Vida

Young people will undertake workshops in Drug Prevention, Life Plan activities and Community Prevention Activities
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