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.

  • 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.

  • Innocent

    Has supported projects in Lesotho, Uganda and Kenya. And is currently supporting projects in Ethiopia through the innocent foundation.

  • 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.

  • BCVA

    The BCVA encourage members to pledge support by cycling, walking, baking, and spreading the word about Send a Cow’s life-changing work.

  • Standard Bank

    Standard Bank support our Ugandan Orphans project and also encourage their employees to fundraise for Send a Cow’s work.

  • 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.

  • Africa Exclusive

    Africa Exclusive is a high end 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Opilio

    Opilio recruitment guarantee that with every permanent placement they make, they will donate some of their profit, enabling us to Send a Cow to a family in Africa.

  • 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.

  • St James’s Place

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

  • Trinity Independent Living

    Trinity Independent Living will donate £22 (the cost of a latrine) for each new disabled bathroom adaptation during a year. In addition, the Company will organise in-house staff fundraising and encourage their staff to become engaged in the partnership.

  • Coombe Castle

    Helping African dairy farmers by giving a percentage of their annual profits to Send a Cow.

  • Cocksure Brewing Co.

    Cocksure Brewing are raising funds towards Send a Cow’s work. As a Bronze Level Partner they will donate a sum per cask/bottle sold and undertake challenge events throughout the year.

  • Explore

    Explore gives a virtual livestock gift for extra special work anniversaries, rising up to a full dairy cow. They recently trialled donating a goat, calf or local cow for different holidays booked.

  • Mole Valley Farmers

    Our partnership with Mole Valley Farmers is based on our shared values within agriculture. They have supported our projects through events in their stores across the south-west.

  • 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!

  • Ecotricity

    Green energy company Ecotricity will donate up to £60 when you switch your gas and electricity to them.

  • Genus

    With a goal of raising £65,000 over 3 years, Genus ABS has an exciting schedule of challenges, fundraising & customer engagement.

  • Doves Farm

    Doves Farm are organic flour specialist and a family owned enterprise. The founders took a particular interest in the Taro Flour project in Ethiopia and continue to work closely with Send a Cow.

  • Triodos Bank

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