Join Atul Kochhar for Curry for Change Week 2016

From 21-28 November 2016 we’re bringing together all things Curry for Change for one whole week of food, friends and most importantly, fundraising, to help change the lives of families who suffer from hunger.

Join top chefs such as Atul Kochhar (http://atulkochhar.com/) in cooking, sharing and eating curry to change lives.

Every donation during Curry for Change week will be matched by Natco Foods!

Find out more about how to take part or sign up for your free fundraising pack and Natco spices.

Join Hari Ghotra for Curry for Change Week 2016

From 21-28 November 2016 we’re bringing together all things Curry for Change for one whole week of food, friends and most importantly, fundraising, to help change the lives of families who suffer from hunger.

Join top chefs such as Hari Ghotra (http://www.harighotra.co.uk/) in cooking, sharing and eating curry to change lives.

Every donation during Curry for Change week will be matched by Natco Foods! 

Find out more about how to take part or sign up for your free fundraising pack and Natco spices.

Families in Malawi are growing more food

Thanks to our wonderful supporters, we're able to help farmers in Malawi to improve their crops and grow enough food to feed their families all year round. Thank you.

What are self-help groups?

One of the ways Find Your Feet creates change is by setting up self-help groups in rural communities. But what are self help groups?

Cook a curry with friends & change lives...

Every penny raised for Curry for Change will be doubled by Natco Foods, so a donation of £20 will be turned into £40! Sign up for an event pack and free pack of spices to take part

Change is springing forth in Zimbabwe

Find Your Feet works in the districts of Chimanimani and Mutoko in Zimbabwe, where most families depend on agriculture but suffer from severe food insecurity and malnutrition. One of Find Your Feet's team Lynn recently visited our Tsime project in Zimbabwe where we're helping 2,900 families build a future free from poverty and hunger. Here she tells us about the change she saw springing forth...

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Why does Find Your Feet think working with women is vital to tackling poverty?

We know that there can be no such thing as sustainable development without the voices of women and girls.

The new Sustainable Development Goals recognise the importance of achieving gender equality if we are to reduce poverty. Attempts to meet the needs of women and girls through development programmes have led to improvements in recent years; laws to protect women’s rights have been enacted in many countries, more girls go to school and female life expectancy has increased for example.

But the reality is that gender inequality is still alive and well. Across the world billions of women and girls still face discrimination, poverty and violence just because of their gender. 

Where we work: Banke district, Nepal

One in four people in Nepal live below the national poverty line, which is just 36p a day.

We've put together this video, to give you a glimpse into the lives of the Tharu tribal community, who live in the Banke district of Nepal.

Why do people in rural villages need Find Your Feet's support?

Our Senior Fundraiser, Hannah, went to India to see and understand Find Your Feet’s work on the ground. In this video she explains why we choose to work with vulnerable rural families.

Eat curry, change lives!

Make a difference today by doing what you love - cooking! Host a curry evening at your home, raising money to help change the lives of families who suffer from hunger. One in nine people around the world will go to bed hungry tonight - so support us by enabling rural families in Africa and Asia to grow enough food so they don't go hungry, to strengthen their voices so they can speak out against injustice and to earn enough money so they can find their feet.

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