Trusts and foundations

Over 55 years, Find Your has forged strong, productive partnerships with many grant making Trusts and Foundations. Together, we have shared a vision of families no longer suffering from hunger, able to stand on their own two feet, and able to build their own future.

With smallholder farmers in South Asia and South Africa increasingly vulnerable to climate change, tribal peoples neglected and ignored, women under-served and under-represented, and a growing population of young people without the means or opportunity to escape the poverty cycle, there remains much to do.

If you are a Trustee or member of a charitable Trust or corporate Foundation, and share our belief in social justice, please start a conversation with us. We are ready to form new partnerships and explore opportunities to make a difference in the world – together.

We have an experienced, knowledgeable, and passionate team, with a dedicated a Senior Trusts and Foundations Fundraiser, Hannah Ross, who would love to talk to you about our work, our impact, and working together. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call her on 020 7840 3780.

See how we are working in partnership:

Autonomous logo

Autonomous Research Charitable Trust is partnering Find Your Feet between 2014-2016 to support projects in every country in which we work and to help drive our charity forward too. Read more.

Innocent Foundation

The innocent foundation and Find Your Feet have worked together for 12 years, ever since the innocent foundation began in 2004. Read more.

Maitri Trust Logo

The Maitri Trust is helping Find Your Feet to strengthen farmers' livelihoods and voices in Malawi as well as helping our UK charity to grow. Read more.


Oak Foundation Logo Colour

Oak Foundation is helping Find Your Feet to establish and strengthen tribal organisations in the Indian states of Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand. Read more.


Vitol logo

The Vitol Foundation is helping Find Your Feet to reduce poverty amongst some of the most marginalised tribal people in southern Nepal. Read more.




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