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Our Partners

Ripple Effect’s corporate partners are dedicated to supporting families across rural Africa to grow their way out of poverty. Get in touch with the team now to discuss on how you can join them.

  • Africa Exclusive

    Africa Exclusive is a luxury travel company which operates in many Africa countries. Over the past 12 years Africa Exclusive has supported our work through their corporate philanthropy and client engagement, raising over £100,000.

  • Bennett and Co.

    Bennett and Co have supported Ripple Effect’s Kenya programme for five years. Most recently they renewed their support for the Enterprising Migori programme in Western Kenya.

  • Baillie Gifford & Co

    Independent investment business, Baillie Gifford & Co, are supporting the Developing Business Women project in Ethiopia by funding the Extension Workers who provide training and support to project members.

  • BCVA

    The British Cattle Veterinary Assocation encourage members to support Ripple Effect through fundraising in their practices and at their annual Congress.

  • Coombe Castle

    Coombe Castle has supported Ripple Effect for the past seven years, donating a percentage of their annual profits to our work.

  • Explore

    Explore give their staff a virtual gift for extra special work anniversaries, from chickens to dairy cows. In 2018, they were also a sponsor of the Big Debate at City Hall, London.

  • iKhofi

    Ikhofi provide quality coffee and machines to businesses. They have supported the Ikawa n’Inka (Coffee & Cows) project in Rwanda by donating £1 for every case of Emerald Blend coffee sold.

  • Innocent

    innocent has partnered with Ripple Effect since 2004. Their foundation is currently supporting a project in Zambia where farmers are learning an organic pest management called Push-Pull.

  • Moo Music

    Moo Music generously support Ripple Effect each year with 10% of its profits and by raising awareness of our work through their groups. Moo Music runs regular music sessions for 0 to 5 year olds throughout the UK.

  • Rabobank

    Through its employee fund, Rabobank is supporting our Dawuro project in Ethiopia. The Foundation believes that working cooperatively to invest in people’s self-sufficiency is its most important task.

  • Raising the Baa

    Raising the Baa offers a unique and really effective approach to team development using real sheep. For every team building programme booked it donates training in rainwater harvesting for 2-6 families.

  • Riverford Organic Farmers

    Riverford Organic Farmers share our love of organic, nutritious produce and their staff and customers have raised over £600,000 for Ripple Effect. They are currently supporting a Push Pull roll out project in the Rakai region of Uganda.

  • St James’s Place

    St James’s Place Foundation has supported the Rakai Orphans project in Rakai, Uganda, helping orphans and child headed families to learn vital farming and wellbeing skills.

  • Stable

    Stable provide hedging solutions for the agri food industry. Their Foundation is supporting farming families in the Enterprising Migori project in Kenya.

  • Standard Bank

    Standard Bank has supported Ripple Effect’s work in Uganda for five years. In 2018, they were the headline sponsor for the Big Debate at City Hall, London.

  • Starbucks

    Starbucks has partnered with Ripple Effect since 2015. They are the lead funder of the Ikawa n’Inka (Coffee & Cows) Project in Rwanda, supporting farming communities in coffee growing regions.

  • XL Vets

    With a passion to support smallholder farmers in Africa, XL Vets chose Ripple Effect as their national charity. They have setup a training programme called Farm Skills Africa to deliver training to Ripple Effect staff in Africa in improved animal management.

  • Wolfe Vets

    Independently owned veterinary practice, Wolfe Vets support Ripple Effect’s training programmes for paravets. They provide basic veterinary support to fellow community members.