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 M.A.D PROJECTS 

EACH PROJECT HAS BEEN CAREFULLY CHOSEN   

 FOR ETHICAL, MORAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL 

CONSCIENCE 

M.A.D. PROJECTS
WE are seeking a new project!

The MAD project we are committed to responsible tourism and conservation of marine resources in the areas we support.  is currently looking for new projects globally that share our commitment to the marine ecosystem. If you know of, work for, or run such an organisation please get in touch with us and perhaps we can work together on making a difference. info@madproject.org 

Welcome to the M.A.D projects projects! We  principally support causes where the beneficiaries are given the tools or support to help them build a better future, for themselves, their communities , the planet and our history. We believe in passing on knowledge, goods as well as funds and support to help build these projects. Our aim is to empower local communities, helping them to develop their own infrastructure for the future. Each project has been researched for it's viability, commitment and effect.  For more information about the M.A.D project and its founder's click here 

PROJECT PERU Project Peru is a small, lively, totally voluntary charity offering food, clothes, shelter, education and fun to those who live in a children’s refuge in the desert shanty towns of Lima, and giving ongoing and practical support to those who live in extreme poverty in the local community. The refuge in Zapallal cares for over 40 children and offers real opportunities to children and staff alike. click here to make a donation

 

Carole Hudson and the Project Peru committee: “A huge and heartfelt ‘gracias’ to all of you who continue to offer such generous support, loyalty and friendship – thank you for helping ensure that our little refuge continues to be one of the happiest places that many people from all worlds have experienced. Thank you for jumping on the roller coaster that is Project Peru and for making it possible for us to transform awareness into action and commitment.” click for more information

 

ECOAN pour all of their efforts into conservation in the Andes. Over the past 15 years, through a joint effort on their projects they have managed to plant over 1 million trees. The project we principally support with this incredible NGO is reforestation in the the Vilcanota Mountain Range (Cusco) where their objective is to to replant depleted forests of Polylepis and, and thus not only saving endangered species of flora and fauna but assisting the local communities to live sustainably in the area and avoiding further migration to the city where environmentally friendly living is near impossible. More trees, means more forest which means more water and better living environment for them. At MAD we hope this type of project snowballs to all corners of the globe. click for more information  

 

MISIÓN MÉXICO  Misión México provides a loving, secure home for children of all ages from backgrounds of severe abuse and poverty. Established by Australian couple Pam and Alan Skuse, Misión México has helped more than 250 children since 2001 and care for 40 and 50 children on a permanent basis.


Misión México offers the children a second chance at life; an education and an opportunity to break the cycle of poverty and abuse they were born into and move to a sustainable and violence free future for themselves.  click for more information

 

MAWSONS HUTS FOUNDATION Help conserve  Australia’s Antarctic Heritage

 

The Mawson’s Huts Foundation is a not for profit charity which exists solely to conserve the historic fragile huts at Cape Denison, East Antarctic, which was used as the main vase for two years of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition (AAE) of 1911-14. Named after the expedition’s leader Sir Douglas Mawson, the buildings are the birthplace of Australia’s Antarctic heritage and are rare as they only one of six that have survived from the heroic era of Antarctic exploration between 1896 and 1916.  All cash donations to the Foundation are required to help fund ongoing maintenance and conservation at the remote site. click for more information

 


LATA Foundation The Latin America travel industry is working together to support social projects throughout the region. The projects are helping to transform lives, providing clean water, dental or medical support and practical training to provide people with new skills in Mexico, Central and South America. 

 

KIVA Kiva is a non-profit organisation with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty. Leveraging the Internet and a worldwide network of microfinance institutions, Kiva lets individuals lend as little as $25 to help create opportunity around the world.MAD project has provided over 730 loans.