Staying true to the vision of our founder, Marshal Papworth, is central to our activity.
When the Fund was established in 2001 by monies bequeathed by Marshal it was hoped that a handful of students would benefit from our scholarship.
Fast forward to today and 250 agricultural and horticultural students from developing countries have benefited from our scholarship programme. With our help they have been able to adopt life changing, land-based skills and facilitate sustainable farming in their communities, firmly embedding valuable practices for generations to come.
Over the next 10 years, we want to help more individuals and communities to benefit from our work.
With the help of the East of England Agricultural Society, our dedicated committee members and our many supporters we want to attract funding that will enable us to maintain the great work of our charity for another 25 years, while helping an additional 500 plus students worldwide to grow themselves out of hunger.
As part of this commitment we will:
• Support students through our Masters Programme
• Support students undertaking our Marshal Papworth 10-week Short Course
• Deliver more in-country education, maximising the opportunity for valuable skills to reach those that need them most.
We are committed to making a difference to the lives of people living in developing countries.