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Our Partners

Our corporate partners provide vital support for farming families in Africa. We would like to say a huge thank you to all of our partners for their fantastic support.

We create an annual highlights report featuring the achievements of our partners, you can read the 2019 report here.

If you’d like to find out more about employee engagement, corporate partnership packages or want to find out more about our work please get in touch with the Corporate Team via email or call us on +44 (0) 1225 874 222.

  • Africa Exclusive

    Africa Exclusive is a luxury travel company which operates in many Africa countries. Through the business and their clients, Africa Exclusive have supported our work over the past 10 years, raising over £82,000.

  • Baillie Gifford & Co

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

  • BCVA

    The BCVA encourage members to support Send a Cow through fundraising in their practices and at their annual Congress. In 2016 the BCVA’s members and associates raised over £50,000 during their 50th anniversary year, and this year they have set a goal of £20,000.

  • Coombe Castle

    Coombe Castle have supported us for the past five years, donating a percentage of their annual profits to our work.

  • Explore

    Explore gives their staff a virtual livestock 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.

  • Halse

    Halse South West are raising money to help families in Africa setup successful farming businesses. Philip Halse is embarking on a challenge to ‘Send a Cow over the Alps’, cycling from Geneva to the Mediterranean coast – a route of 740km, which includes the two highest roads in Europe and over 16,000 metres of climbing.

  • iKhofi

    Ikhofi, who provide quality coffee and machines to businesses, are supporting the Ikawa n’Inka (Coffee & Cows) project in Rwanda with a donation for every case of Emerald Blend coffee they sell.

  • Innocent

    Innocent has partnered with Send a Cow since 2004. Their foundation is currently supporting a 3 year project in Ethiopia, helping 3,150 farming households to become food and income secure, in addition to funding a research project in partnership with University of Reading to better understand youth marginalisation.

  • Mole Valley Farmers

    Our partnership with Mole Valley Farmers is based on our shared values within agriculture. They have supported our projects in their stores across the south-west and donate carrier bag charges to our work.

  • Moo Music

    Moo Music generously supports Send a Cow 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 offer a unique and effective approach to team development – using live sheep. Teams have to use their communication and leadership skills to herd a flock of sheep into a pen. For every training course booked, they will ‘send a sheep’ through Send a Cow!

  • Riverford

    Riverford shares our love of organic, nutritious produce and their staff and customers have raised over £250,000 for Send a Cow. They are currently supporting our work with Orphans in Rakai region of Uganda.

  • St James’s Place

    St James’s Place Foundation gives grants to charities working for the direct benefit of economically disadvantaged or socially marginalised young people.

  • Standard Bank

    Standard Bank support our Ugandan Orphans project and also encourage their employees to fundraise for Send a Cow’s work. In 2018, they were also our lead sponsor of the Big Debate at City Hall, London.

  • Starbucks

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

  • Tapestry

    As a Bronze Level partner, Tapestry make a donation to Send a Cow for each cask/bottle of beer sold, and undertake challenge events throughout the year.

  • Trinity Independent Living

    As a Silver Level partner, Trinity Independent Living donates £22 (the cost of a latrine) for each new disabled bathroom adaptation– building brighter futures for families in Africa.

  • Triodos Bank

    When you open an ethical bank account through Triodos and deposit £100, they will donate £40 to us.

  • Wrenbridge

    Wrenbridge are one of the UK’s leading property companies. They are a Silver Partner and support us as their Charity of the Year. They have events including a football tournament coming up.

  • XL Vets

    With a passion to support smallholder farmers in Africa, XLVets chose Send a Cow as their national charity. Since then they have setup a training programme called Farm Skills Africa to deliver training to Send a Cow staff in Africa in improved animal management.