imagine a world where
no one goes hungry

The innocent foundation aims to create a world where every person has enough food to live.

our partners help people and planet, from the ground up

Between 2019 and 2023, the innocent foundation funded the Aga Khan Foundation to support 23,600 smallholder rice farmers in Madagascar to test out a new method of regenerative farming. Trained farmers can increase their harvests at the same time as capturing carbon, improving soil health, reducing labour and protecting their fields from drought and flood. The project was so popular that now they’re taking the techniques across Madagascar, East Africa and India to help more farmers improve their rice yields and their soil.

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we turn brave, bold ideas into real solutions that help the world’s hungry

We find visionary people and organisations who are tackling hunger in simple, smart and sometimes radical ways, and give them the funding they need to succeed.

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the innocent foundation focuses on two goals

1. We stop children dying of hunger. We’re there when children need us most, finding and treating kids whose lives are in immediate danger because of severe hunger.

2. We help the poorest families feed themselves. One in nine people in the world are hungry today, but it doesn’t have to be this way. We find and fund long-term solutions so that the world’s poorest families can adapt.

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we’re working with partners all over the world right now

All our partners have the same core principles we do and are working to help communities on a sustainable path to a better life, a life where they won’t be hungry anymore.

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