Kebeles are groups of motivated and generous supporters who come together to invest and advocate for the work of Send a Cow. It is a rewarding way to give and make a tangible impact.
This collective philanthropy has grown from introductions and we are proud to already have deep roots in Edinburgh, Leicestershire, Cambridgeshire and, of course the South West. This has enabled us to host events, hold meetings and strengthen our connections in these areas. We look forward to building new Kebeles in other parts of the country.
Send a Cow could not do what it does without the generosity of our supporters. If you are in a position to support Send a Cow with a gift of £5,000 or more each year then you have the opportunity to join Kebele and make a significant and lasting impact helping rural African families to overcome poverty, hunger and inequality for good.
*Small groups of families within Ethiopian towns that join together to access social benefits.
Visit our projects in Africa and meet our field staff and families
" I visited the project I supported in Ethiopia and saw for myself the incredible impact Send a Cow is making there."
Tricia, Trustee of the Martin Lawrence Memorial Trust
Get in touch to find out about our forthcoming trips to Ethiopia and Kenya.
Attend and host inspirational events
"When I got home, I thought about all the lovely people I had met... What a privilege to meet in such a wonderful venue."
Sheila, after attending a reception at Lambeth Palace
Share their expertise with our Senior Leadership Team
"I really enjoy being involved in strategic conversations, which bring me closer to the work and the impact their projects have on communities."
Charles, advisor and donor
Our commitment to you
Every member of Kebele has a unique relationship with Send a Cow, which is determined by their personal interests and how they would like to become involved. This is important to us.
Kebele members have a dedicated contact within the Partnerships Team who will work with them to offer opportunities to gain a deeper insight about the work of Send a Cow.