Wild Frontiers Foundation works closely with its partner charities to help to deliver the highest standard of support at the lowest possible cost and its grant making is focused on supporting innovative programmes and building sustainable partnerships with charitable organisations that support our objectives namely education, sustainability, economic growth and poverty relief.
There are over 250,000 children living on the streets of Kolkata – where they are born, try to survive and, in many cases, where they die unless offered a real chance of change. The Wild Frontiers Foundation is an active contributor to Hope’s projects.
Working with the Pole Pole Foundation in the Democratic Republic of Congo led to an inspirational community education and conservation initiative which allowed 230 local people from villages surrounding the Kahuzi-Biega National Park to visit the Eastern Lowland Gorillas they are learning to protect.
When Wild Frontiers’ tour leader, Mark Steadman, set up this community education venture in Phonsavan, northern Laos (the most heavily bomb-contaminated province in the world), our foundation was delighted to get involved.
Our Foundation is proud to support Camara, an international charity and social enterprise that uses technology to deliver 21st century skills to improve education in disadvantaged communities.
In the main our charity partners are selected by the trustees through personal knowledge and connections. We don’t give grants to organisations whose beneficiaries are domiciled in the UK, Western Europe, the US, Australia or New Zealand.
If you feel your organisation’s objectives mirror ours and you have a tangible and specific project you would like us to support, please send a short (1 page) briefing note on your project to: Wild Frontiers Foundation Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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