Milling for Life CIO



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About us

Welcome to the Milling4Life (M4L) CIO Charity
Registered in the UK as a CIO with the UK Charities Commission - Registered Charity No. 1172699

As the world's population continues its rapid growth towards 9.5 billion people by 2050 (we're at 7.3 billion in 2018), our goal is to help relieve malnutrition and poverty through the development and uptake of food and feed milling technology and processes, adopting the proper handling and storage of raw material and encouraging agricultural improvements in general asociated with grain processing and animal feed production.

We are asking those who recognise the importance of good nutrition - and the role modern-day milling plays in providing both foods for human consumption and rations for our livestock - to support the training and development of milling in those countries that need assistance most.

All donations made will be allocated to one or more of the projects identified here or on our website .

The Milling4Life CIO charity has been set up by a milling-related media organisation called Milling and Grain which is serving this important industry globally.

Note: Administration charges will be kept to a minimum and covered by Milling and Grain, or companies contributing for that specific purpose. The annual accounts of the Charity will be transparent so all donors are made aware of how their donations are being used. Payments can be made from any country in any currency, but the amounts entered will be taken as UK£s)

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Milling for Life CIO is fundraising towards

Mark Cornwell Memorial Scholarship Fund

Milling4Life (M4L) charity has engaged with the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) foundation, the Institute for Feed Education & Research (IFEEDER) to establish scholarships in perpetuity in the name of Mark Cornwell. Milling and Grain magazine lost a friend and colleague last year with the passing of Mark Cornwell, its ...

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