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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.

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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

Education for the Children

Education For The Children runs a School of Hope: 'La Esperanza’ in the Jocotenango region, an urban area with one of the lowest literacy rates in the western hemisphere.

Project Somos

The Project Somos Children’s Village is an eco-sustainable community aiming to break the cycle of poverty in Guatemala by providing quality education and healthy food to families in need.

Educate – community library

A project to empower children and young people in Honduras through supporting community-driven initiatives focused on education

Fondo Guadalupe Musalem

Fondo Guadalupe Musalem supports disadvantaged young women, mainly from rural, indigenous and Afro-Mexican communities in Oaxaca.

Mano Vuelta

An equitable life and rights for indigenous children, youth and women from Oaxaca with a gender, intercultural and anti-racist perspective.
Children jumping

El Rio Foundation

Providing educational, sporting and environmental projects to positively impact the local community
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