We are so grateful to the many individuals, companies, organisations, schools, churches, and trusts and foundations who have supported us over the years.
Mike Gershon : Help Your Child to Learn
We are proud to have been selected as charity partner by Mike Gershon for his new course ‘Help Your Child to Learn with Mike Gershon.’ This course provides parents with everything they need to support their children and maximise their learning. This is an exciting new partnership with a strong synergy with our work empowering children through education.
We are excited to announce our brand new partnership with Charitable Travel. Charitable Travel is a registered social enterprise and financially protected travel agency, every penny of profit earned, everything they do and offer their customers, supports charity fundraising and good causes. If you book your holiday with Charitable Travel, you will be able to donate 5% of the holiday price to us – at no additional cost to you! Read more about Charitable Travel.
We are so grateful to Lela Burbridge and Sarah Jarman for generously donating a third of the profits from the sales of their book, ‘Lela – Ashes of Childhood’ to Rafiki Thabo. Lela – who we supported at university – grew up in incredibly difficult circumstances in Uganda but refused to give up hope. The ability to get an education transformed Lela’s life and through her book she wants to ensure others have that opportunity – and that they do not lose hope.
We were delighted to be chosen as one of two Charities of The Year in 2019 by global management consulting firm L.E.K. Consulting. The amazing team at L.E.K UK ran fundraising initiatives throughout 2019, including a big summer party auction, and they raised an amazing £12,700 for us!
In 2019, we had the amazing honour of collaborating with the incredibly talented British artist Jeremy Houghton. Houghton hosted two private viewings together with Rafiki Thabo and donated 20% of the sales from these events to our cause.
Over the last ten years Houghton has been invited to detail the life of several high-profile communities, from those of Windsor Castle and Highgrove to the Wimbledon championships in 2017 and the competitors at the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics.