Partnerships

Companies and Corporates

Do you work for, or run, a company which shares our values or vision of creating opportunities and social justice for all?  We’re looking for companies to make meaningful partnerships with.  Not only will you be supporting us but you’ll be demonstrating to your customers, clients and staff that you are actively playing a part in creating a fairer world – where everyone has access to opportunities to build rewarding futures.

 

Partnerships can take many forms and we’re keen to personalise something that meets your needs and resources.

 

If you’d like to discuss potential ideas please do not hesitate to contact our Chair of Trustees, Andy King on andy@raisingfutureskenya.org.uk.

Partner spotlight: Millennium Consulting

 

For over 15 years Millennium Consulting have partnered with us.  Every year they run a Charity Golf Day and auction for us.  In the last year we’ve partnered members of their team with members of our team in Kenya so they can find out more about what we do.  We’ve also run a webinar for their clients during lockdown on overcoming adversity during challenging times, which included some inspirational stories of the students we’ve worked alongside over the years.

 

We’re so grateful to everyone at Millennium Consulting for their committed, on-going support.

 

To find out more about what they do, visit their website here.

School, Colleges and Universities

If you work at, or attend, a school, college or university and would like to explore ways of working together then please get in touch!

 

We’ve had lots of different types of partnerships which have involved us; developing a lesson resource pack on what it’s like to grow up and learn in Kenya, creating fundraising idea packs, giving presentations to school students, hosting University students on placements, swapping class letters with the students in Kenya.  We’ve had teachers in the UK partnering with teachers in Kenya and sharing tips and skills with each other, we’ve also had teachers and lecturers visit our work in Kenya – so there’s lots of different ways to get involved!

 

We understand with many children and students having to learn remotely at some point in the last year that it’s really important to find new ways to engage in learning.

 

We’d love to chat about ideas with you so please do not hesitate to contact Kirsty and Vic at hello@raisingfutureskenya.org.uk.