Rwanda Aid is funded variously by corporates, schools, special events, trusts and individuals.
Rwanda Aid is extremely grateful for the support it receives and it prides itself on maintaining close and personal links with its sponsors, and providing detailed feedback.
• Buxted Construction
• CLS: core funding
• De La Rue: schools and vulnerable children
• DialAflight: Make My Day Better Foundation
• HSBC Global Education: teacher training
• Benenden School
• Brambletye Preparatory School: classrooms at Kanjongo
• Devonshire House School: schools and vulnerable children
Devonshire House is proud to support the work of Rwanda Aid. The school became involved when the Headmistress, Stephanie Piper, moved from King's House School. Teachers from Devonshire House go each year to Rwanda to support the teacher training. Devonshire House parents and pupils have raised the money to build new classrooms and facilities at Isha Primary school. Last year the Rio to Rwanda danceathon raised £15,000 and every child danced their way through the day. At the other end of the scale two of our classes each sponsor children at the Alivera Centre for disabled children by bringing in £1 each a month. Plans for next year’s fundraising are underway and, having run, rowed and danced to Rwanda over the past four years, we are trying to think of a new idea!
• Earlscliffe Sixth Form College
• King’s School, Canterbury
• King’s House School: teacher training and vulnerable children
• Lady Eleanor Hollis School
• Ryde School, Hatfield
• Sevenoaks School
• Tonbridge School
• Vinehall School: vulnerable children
Vinehall School has been keen to support projects supporting vulnerable children, in particular raising funds to help the Alivera Centre for children living with disability and Baho Neza Mwana, the street children's Village. A variety of events and activities are held at the school each year which raise funds to support these projects, ranging from silent auctions and sponsored walks for the school and parents to ice cream sales during school performances by small numbers of individual children.
In addition to this, Vinehall staff, parents and even current pupils have travelled to Rwanda to see and assist with projects.
• Wetherby School: education
Wetherby Preparatory School are very proud to help support the inspirational work of Rwanda Aid. We have primarily been involved in helping with the education projects through our partnership school, Mwegera, where we have built classrooms. When visiting Rwanda we have also been delighted to assist with the teacher mentor training programme. Most recently our fund-raising has helped to build a dormitory at a teacher training college in Nyamasheke. We have also been able to see first-hand the impact of the projects that Rwanda Aid are involved in and greatly enjoy working with the team in Rwanda.
Trusts & Foundations
• Allan and Nesta Ferguson Trust
• British and Foreign School Society: education
• Chalk Cliff Trust
• Chalanor’s Children’s Charity: education
• Charles Hayward Foundation: farm training
• Commonwealth Girls’ Education Fund
• Cornflower Trust
• Frank Jackson Foundatiom
• Kowitz Family Foundation
• Madrinha Trust: education
• Monica Trust: disabled children
• Orchard Family Trust: the Alivera Centre
• Peter Cundill Foundation
• Rwanda Hope Foundation: enterprise
• Sigrid Rausing Trust: vulnerable children
• Waterloo Foundation
• Zurich Community Trust
Rwanda Aid has also benefited from the wonderful generosity of many individuals and families.