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 destitute 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.

*** AGM 2014

The Annual General Meeting will take place on Thursday 1st May 2014 in The North Barn, West Blatchington Windmill, Holmes Avenue, Hove BN3 7LH at 7pm for 7:30pm.

Members of the charity are entitled to vote at the meeting or by proxy.

Details of the motions and the address to send the form are on the form.

The Proxy form must be received no later than  5 p.m. on 30th April 2014.  The form can be printed or saved from the link below.

Proxy Form - AGM 2014 (0.4 MB)
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*** REVIEW OF 2013

The 'Review of 2013' together with the full 'Trustees' Annual Report and Accounts for year ended 31 December 2013' are now available on the website. These can be be opened or downloaded and saved from the link below.

*** NEW CHARITY EVENTS - Spring / Summer 2014

New fund raising events have been organised which so far include 'Artists Big House' in April and May in Eastbourne and Ploughman's Lunch in July in Ovingdean.


'Enfants de Kanji', our colleagues in France, have successfully applied for a medical grant that will be managed by The Kanji Project. 


The Spring 2014 Friends of Kanji Newsletter is now available. This contains the latest information about what has happened over the last six months and plans for the future.

Friends of Kanji Newsletter Spring 2014 (2.4 MB)
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