what we fund

what we fund

all of the grants that we fund work towards helping the world’s hungry

We provide funding to partners who share our vision, and who we know can deliver results. By this we mean the sort of big ideas that solve a problem in a pilot location, but can also be scaled up and rolled out in other countries.

Over 850,000 hungry people have benefited so far, thanks to the brilliant partners we’ve worked with over the years. You can find out about some of our current projects here.

We have chosen to focus on two goals to help us achieve that; goal 1 and goal 2, which you can read about more on their pages.

  • stop children dying of hunger

    stop children dying of hunger

    We fund projects which diagnose and treat children whose lives are in immediate danger because of severe hunger. The most serious form of hunger is called acute malnutrition, which causes millions of preventable child deaths each year.

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  • help the poorest families feed themselves

    help the poorest families feed themselves

    We fund sustainable agriculture projects which make sure families have enough food to feed themselves, with plenty left over to earn an income.

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we have a rigorous selection process

We have a rigorous selection process. Our foundation team look for great organisations with innovative ideas that solve a problem in their target location, and have the potential to be scaled up and replicated in other countries. Our board of trustees review approve all new funding proposals.

multiple rounds of selection
sign off from the trustee meetings
finding ideas that are innovative and scalable

our projects

We choose to fund well-designed projects with specific proposals with defined objectives, activities, budgets and timelines.

in total since 2004, innocent drinks has donated £10m to the innocent foundation

Over 850,000 hungry people have benefited so far, thanks to the brilliant partners we’ve worked with over the years. You can find out about some of our current projects here.