Our charitable partnerships are centred around the shared belief that quality education can change lives and transform societies. Some of our fantastic charity partners include:
Path to Possibilities provides scholarships for bright Nigerian children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Based in the slum area of Ikota, its free Resource Centre is open six days a week, and fulfils a desperate need for hundreds of children and young adults aged between five and 20.
Resources on offer include a lending library, a computer lab with free internet access, and a study room that provides a safe and quiet haven for children whose homes are not conducive to efficient learning.
Launched in 2021, Victor Moore Foundation is a non-profit organisation that works with children and young people from low-income homes and marginalised communities in Nigeria.
The charity provides youngsters with scholarships, equipment, and support to help them gain a good education and access opportunities. RiverSafe are supporting 25 children throughout their education.
A child whose mother can read is 50% more likely to live past the age of five, 50% more likely to be immunised, and twice as likely to attend school.
For the past 70 years, World Vision has worked alongside disadvantaged communities, local leaders, government entities and educational institutions to dismantle barriers to quality education.
RiverSafe are supporting World Visions work with children in Ghana to attend school, improve their literacy skills, and access vital resources like books and learning materials.
Ubuntu Mundo works across some of the poorest communities in South Africa with the goal of improving educational outcomes by ensuring children can go to school – and this starts with ensuring they have food.
Ubuntu Mundo is currently feeding 600 children a day, ensuring they have at least one warm meal. For many of these children, this will be the only meal they can rely on having.
So far, they have served over 280,000 meals and created 86 jobs locally but there are so many children that they are not yet able to reach.
by Lawrence Hide
by Oseloka Obiora