|Harvest Appeal 2012 for Schools||The Giving Machine||Adventurous Fundraising|
|Seeds for Africa has a great deal to offer schools and young people. Why not celebrate Harvest at your school by holding a fundraising event and learning all about some of the countries we work in at the same time. There is a variety of materials to make it easy for teachers to build lesson plans. We have created straightforward worksheets to save you valuable time. Join the many schools that already give loyal support to children in African schools.||By doing your shopping via the Giving Machine, you will be helping raise valuable funds for Seeds for Africa without it costing you a penny! Most of the well known stores are registered on the site and every time you shop and nominate Seeds for Africa as your preferred charity the shops will make a donation. Give as you shop!||If you are the outdoors type and relish a challenge, then look no further. Seeds for Africa is linked with Skyline Events to offer a wide variety of activities whilst raising funds to help us provide kitchen gardens for children and community groups.|
Kellogg's has been supporting the work of Seeds for Africa since 2010.
Their support has been absolutely invaluable to us and to the people we work with in Kenya and Malawi.
In 2010, Kellogg's UK put details about the charity on the side of about 23,000 packets of Cornflakes, Crunchy Nut Cornflakes and Frosties.
In addition, the Kellogg Corporate Citizenship Fund donated £12,000 to help 12 schools in Malawi grow their own fruit and vegetables and instal water harvesting tanks. Another £4,000 was donated to help 180 households in Meru, Kenya establish improved growing sysems and grow more productive maize and other vegetables and fruit.
Also in 2010, £2038 was raised by Kellogg staff through their own fundraising events.
During 2011, Seeds for Africa was given £6434 to pilot breakfast clubs in Kenya, Uganda and Zambia. Equipment such as footballs, skipping ropes, reading books and art materials were bought for the children and all the equipment necessary to feed 25 children with breakfast.
Data was collected during the year of the trials about the school performance in English, maths and science and also the well being of the children.
The results were amazing and were clear evidence that by providing a healthy breakfast made an amazing difference in all areas.
Thanks to the passsion and belief of Bruce Learner, the CSR Manager for Kellogg UK, the Kellogg Corporate Citizenship Fund has donated another £20,000 to support the clubs over the next 2 years. This means that we will be able to offer places to many more children. THANK YOU!
Charlton House Catering Company has supported Seeds for Africa since 2010.
The company's commitment has been through sales of their own brand Well - Being Water which they provide at many corporate events.
From the very beginning, there has been a good understanding and empathy for our work in Africa and the staff at Charlton House have always been extremely supportive. We are so happy to continue the association we have established together.
To date, the company has donated a total of £7736! This funding is not restricted to any single project but igoes towards providing the equipment and training needed for all our projects. THANK YOU!
Love Trees is a Canadian based organisation that has been supporting the tree planting aspect of our work for many years now.
It's founder, Adrea Koehle Jones is passionate about supporting global tree planting programmes and has a deep compassion for children in Africa to match. Over the years, hundreds of children in our schools in Africa have benefitted from donor funding from Love Trees.
Everyone at Seeds for Africa is keen for the friendship between us to continue so that children may become stewards of the future by planting and learning to care for trees for both shade and fruit. THANK YOU!