Our partnerships with charitable Trusts and Foundations are vital to our work


The support of your Trust or Foundation can help GardenAfrica to use biodiversity to challenge the poverty of Africa’s most vulnerable people. You can choose to fund a specific project, or allow us to use your generous gift wherever the need is greatest.


Why support GardenAfrica?

We always aim to build long-term relationships with our Trusts and Foundations. We share stories of success with you, send prompt and accurate reports, and at all times, and remember that together we are committed to achieving real and lasting change for poor people across in countries where we work.

We don’t have a large team of people dedicated to servicing the needs of our donors.  Our small team works directly with partners and beneficiaries on the ground – meaning that the information we provide comes directly from the people you are supporting.  

This also means that more of your money reaches those who you intend it to reach.  Over 95% of your support will go directly to the projects you’re funding.  

If you would like to talk to us about what your Trust or Foundation can do and how we can work together, please contact us.

In the meantime, why not have a look at our track record here, and see what some of the people we work with say about what we do, and about the difference we can make with your help. 

 

With the money from his chili business Maxwell Munetsi is now the very proud owner of this lovingly hand-painted Renault 12 which he uses to deliver information and training to the other members of the chili association.  Their business is now self-sufficient and thriving with exports to Germany.  The initial investment of solid training is now on the move and doing some serious mileage. 

With the money from his chili business Maxwell Munetsi is now the very proud owner of this lovingly hand-painted Renault 12 which he uses to deliver information and training to the other members of the chili association.  Their business is now self-sufficient and thriving with exports to Germany.  The initial investment of solid training is now on the move and doing some serious mileage.