Support our work with an Act of Kindness!

We have been busy liaising with individuals globally who would benefit from an Acts of Kindness Grant.

Our new small grants scheme is designed to give individuals modest, but transformational donations that will elevate their craft, see them through a difficult time or ignite their journey as creative enterprises.


We are prioritising support for people who are living in disadvantaged circumstances, who require a little helping hand in order to reach their full human potential.

Here are our first applicants...


Tatu Rafiki is a small shop in Moshi, Tanzania.  All of the tailors that work here are deaf and have been working through the pandemic to continue their craft, adapting to make face coverings to protect local people.

The Covid-19 pandemic has been a difficult time, as many of their regular orders have been affected resulting in a loss of earnings for the tailors and their families.


They have applied for a grant to restock their Kitenge fabrics from the local market and to help to get their creations out to customers.

A Village Acts of Kindness Grant will ensure that the lights stay on in the workshop and that the livelihoods this small enterprise supports in Moshi can continue to not only survive, but to thrive.

Are you the person they’ve been waiting for?


By donating as little as £25 you could make a huge difference and help kick-start an enterprise journey that truly changes someone’s life.