SHARE provides opportunities and resources to help people help themselves. Using the "Pass-on" principle, those helped assist others, thus ensuring healthy communities where people can improve their life through their own efforts.
S.H.A.R.E. enables impoverished agriculturally based communities to improve their quality of life by supporting projects that contribute to economic, social and environmental development and sustainability.
About Our Charity
What we do:
S.H.A.R.E. Agriculture Foundation (Sending Help and Resources Everywhere) provides funding and guidance to community-based agricultural projects in developing countries, with a focus on Central and South America. Currently, we have projects in Brazil, Belize, El Salvador, Guatemala and Bolivia plus some support in Honduras and Nicaragua.
Our projects are in the poorest, most isolated communities. These communities are often made up of refugees who have left their homelands due to war and poverty. S.H.A.R.E. chooses communities where the projects will have the greatest impact.
What People Are Saying
""I support SHARE because SHARE is able to 'provide cost efficient funding' of projects in developing countries because of their dedicated volunteer workers." "
— Hugh, donor and volunteer
"Having been witness to SHARE’s projects in Belize and Guatemala, I understand how a small project like a stove for safer and smoke-free cooking can be a huge benefit, The micro-loans for small enterprises provide income, food, independence for many families in small rural communities.” "
— Ellen, donor and Volunteer
"I am a great fan of the work that S.H.A.R.E. does in Central and South America. This organization has an impact on a tremendous number of lives, increases the benefits through the “pass-on” principle, and isn’t burdened with large administration costs.” "
— Mark Cullen, Honourary Patron