Get Involved

Getting involved with Rwanda Aid is easy, and there are lots of different ways to do it, from fundraising and events, donations and partnerships, to supporting and sporting Rwanda Aid Crafts. We’re here to help you get involved however you want to do it!.


Rwanda Aid sets out to help the most vulnerable and disadvantaged, whilst at the same time helping people to forge a better future for themselves through education, training and opportunity. We place a particular emphasis on training, especially the training of trainers, and we plan to give our Rwandan team increasing autonomy so that by the year 2020 they are working independently to achieve our core aims, working closely with the Government and community.

Without you and Rwanda Aid’s community of supporters, we would simply not be able to carry out the work we do and help provide a brighter future for Rwanda. All donations, no matter whether big or small are gratefully received.

Some donors prefer to give designated funds and we are usually able to accommodate this, but it is also extremely helpful to have undesignated funds as this allows us the flexibility to direct the funds where they are most needed.

How your money can help change a life:

  1. £25 Goat
  2. £75 Sewing machine
  3. £100 Train a farmer, with follow-up
  4. £100 Classroom equipment pack
  5. £100 4 rabbits with hutches
  6. £150 Pig and a pen


£10,000 per classroom Extending primary schools to accommodate extra year groups


These projects require annual funding.
Help with funds for 2016 would be greatly appreciated

£24,000pa Ngwino Nawe
£35,000pa Street Children's Village

How to donate

Making a donation to Rwanda Aid is easy. Whether you want to make a single donation or set up a regular donation via direct debit simply head to our Rwanda Aid JustGiving page or use the table below.

As a regular giver we will ensure you receive updates, news and events in our monthly newsletter.

Single Donations Monthly Donations DD
£15 £10
£3,000 £1,000
other amount
other amount


Donate by post

Please Email Us if you wish to send a donation by post

If it is possible to include a completed Gift Aid form, then tax can be reclaimed on your gift.


Create your own fundraising pageLorne

FundraiseYou can create your own fundraising event for Rwanda Aid, and it can be what ever you want. The possibilities are endless; crawling, walking, running, jumping, singing, rapping, rowing, racing, cycling, climbing, digging, washing, eating, dancing…what ever your idea is we want to hear about it, and help support you doing it!

If you have a fundraising idea then it’s really easy to get going and create your own Fundraising page. Simply click here or on the link below.

jg-logo-header-purple Set me up my own fundraising page

Join a Rwanda Aid Event

You can also get involved by joining an event Rwanda Aid is already planning or involved with. Check out the events calendar to find out what’s on and coming up. You can sign up or sponsor. Whatever works for you.

We want to hear from you

If you have any fundraising ideas or questions, or you want to let us know about an upcoming event that you think we should get involved with, no matter how big or small, we want to hear from you! Please email us






Rwanda Aid Fundraising Champions

We couldn’t operate without wonderful people doing wonderful things for Rwanda Aid. If you are in need of some fundraising inspiration, then discover what some of our previous fundraising champions have achieved, and the weird and wonderful ways they did it. Champions we salute you!

Felix runs the Bath Half Marathon

Felix is running the Bath Hald Marathon for Rwanda Aid.
Here's his JustGiving page so you can pledge your support


Mini Batman, aka Gabriel Davies, is just 5 years old. After learning about Rwanda from his teacher at Devonshire House School, Gabriel turned to his dad and said ‘I want do something to help the people over there myself’ in Rwanda to get the food they need so they can live a happy and healthy life.

Gabriel’s plan was to complete a sponsored scoot across London dressed as Batman.

On Saturday 29th September 2012 Gabriel donned his mini cape and mounted his mini Bat Scooter and began his epic journey scooting all the way across London. He started at Tower Bridge, made his way along the South Bank and ended his mission at Trafalgar Square. Gabriel raised an amazing £1,312 for Rwanda Aid.

Rwanda Aid founder David Chaplin recently visited the project in Rwanda and met another mini Batman aka Eric. At six years old Eric is very small because his parents live in poverty. Eric doesn’t get much to eat. Rwanda Aid is going to use some of the funds Gabriel raised to help Eric’s parents find employment so they are able to ensure Eric has a meal each day.

Fantastic effort Gabriel. A massive thank you from the Rwanda Aid team.

Corporate Partnerships

Rwanda Aid builds long-term partnerships with corporate organisations working together to support core projects and maximise their impact.

These partnerships are key in delivering essential hope and opportunity to the most vulnerable and disadvantaged in the remote South-West of Rwanda, where NGO support is limited.

We are currently supported by Beazley, De La Rue, HSBC Global Education, Lifetime UK and Vitol.

Our partners know that working with us brings corporate benefits and we work closely to provide regular updates in the form of newsletters, films and presentations.

Members of staff from our corporate partners are invited to become as involved as suits them. This can take many forms:

  • Gift programmes. Staff at De La Rue have prepared Christmas shoe boxes packed with gifts for street children and disabled children
  • Fundraising events. Previously our corporate supporters have climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, run marathons and ski-dived!
  • Volunteer in Rwanda. Staff from our corporates have been out to Rwanda to help with the work, mainly supporting the Rwandan management team

If your company is interested in supporting Rwanda Aid, then please Email us.

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