In the small corners of the world, people with a tough start in life are making their move. They have ambition, the ideas to make life better. But they need someone to back them, to be their ‘spark’.
That’s what Project Possible is all about – launching poverty-fighting ventures that open the door of possibility.
Watch our video to see what we're about
Bite-size, time-bound poverty-fighting ventures
The Good Food Apprentices of Roodewal
1% of £8,344
A past fuelled by drugs and gang life won’t stop these four young men from believing they can turn their lives around with newfound skills
The Talented Family Traders of El Alto
1% of £5,900
Three close-knit families, united by exploitation and trauma, carry incredible dreams to kickstart individual family businesses
The Determined Women of N'Djamena
15% of £5,685
Three young women, in a country notorious for gender inequality and youth unemployment, are determined to become independent entrepreneurs.
The Adept Artisans of Santo Domingo
Their disability hasn't stopped them dreaming. Of a better life, of launching a venture together that will allow them to provide for themselves and their families.
The ‘Belle Couture’ Dressmakers of Kinshasa
Exploited and abused, this group of resilient women from Kinshasa are full of ideas and ambition to kickstart their own tailoring businesses.
The Close-Knit Sunshine Entrepreneurs of Naivasha
They've survived life on the streets, but now this band of brothers-in-arms dream of using their new-found skills to change the direction of their future.
What makes us that little bit different
Be the spark