The Kanji Project

The Kanji Project

Charity information

The Kanji Project

The Kanji Project is a small UK charity run entirely by volunteers. It raises funds to give poor children in India the chance to have a good education and provides a safe place to live for disadvantaged children. The charity also works in the community, helping very poor people to improve their living conditions. On average, 95% of the charity's income is used to support this vital work.

Founded 2002

  • Mission statement

    Working to advance education and relieve need in India

  • Aims

    The Kanji Project aims to:

    • to give poor children in India the chance to have a good education
    • to provide a safe place to live for disadvantaged children
    • To help very poor people to improve their living conditions
    • To provide Day Care & education for children with learning difficulties
  • Overview

    Established: March 2002

    Registered Charity Number: 1090901

    Board members: 7

    Volunteers: 10

    Phone number: 07757746581

    Address: P.O. Box 54 Hove BN3 7ZB

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