Spreading the word

Founded in 1983, The Gandhi Foundation works to spread knowledge and understanding of the life and work of Mohandas K. Gandhi.

News and events

Keep up to date on events organised by The Gandhi Foundation and it’s partners.

How to get involved

Find out how to make a difference by attending an event or supporting The Foundation.

A source of information

From school and study worksheets to travelling exhibitions and useful links it’s all here.

Make a difference…

The work of The Gandhi Foundation depends entirely on the generosity of our Friends. For more information about how to become a Friend of the Gandhi Foundation or to support the initiatives that we are involved in, visit the Get Involved section on the website.

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Who are we?

The Gandhi Foundation exists to spread knowledge and understanding of the life and work of  Mohandas K. Gandhi (1869–1948). Our most important aim is to explain and demonstrate the continuing relevance of Gandhi’s insights and actions today.

Our next event

The Gandhi Foundation organises events throughout the year. These cover a wide range of subjects but are focused around our aims and values at their core.  Our events such as, The Gandhi Peace Award and Annual Lecture are internationally recognised.

Spreading the word and Who are we? pics supplied courtesy: GandhiServe – www.gandhiserve.net

Latest videos

Najma Akhtar (with Ramon Goose on guitar)

Performance from The Gandhi Foundation Multi-faith Concert in 2018.

Recollections of Gandhi

Recollections of a woman who toured with Gandhi along with her family in 1925.

Latest news updates

Our projects

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Education Projects

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Jeevika Trust

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Sacred New Era School

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Hakulala Village Project

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