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Human Practice Foundation

Schools shape children. Children shape the world.

Human Practice Foundation builds and restructures schools in parts of the world where it’s needed the most. We believe that schools create lives. That’s why we create schools. Schools are the most effective way to bring about positive change.

All over the world, schools make up the most fundamental part of our communities. All children deserve to be part of a school with quality education that enables them to build a life of their own – a life where they have the power to shape their own future.

Our work

Human Practice Foundation creates schools, quality education, and entrepreneurial projects that give children and their communities the power to create a better future. We see schools as our starting point for making a positive impact on the entire community, both creating local jobs, better education, and long-term development projects.

We approach all our projects with business strategic methods, thus minimizing bureaucracy and maximizing the positive impact on children and their communities.

Thanks to our founding partners, which covers all administration costs, 100% of all donations are allocated directly to our projects with full transparency.

Our Story

HPF was founded by Ms. Pernille Kruse Madsen in 2014, a former corporate lawyer turned activist. Pernille decided to commit her life to providing education and opportunities for those most in need after witnessing the devastating fates of girls without access to education.

Pernille was joined by a group of visionary businesspeople, our Founding Partners, who have supported HPF with strategic guidance and full funding of the organisation’s Copenhagen-based Management Team. All HPF’s overhead expenses are funded by the Founding Partners.

Member type
Corporate member
Contact details
Brolæggerstræde 2
Copenhagen
1211
Denmark
https://www.humanpractice.org/
Industry sectors
  • Authorities/Organisations
  • Education/Professional Training/Language
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