Our supporters change the lives of hundreds of thousands of children and their families in Kenya and Tanzania. Without them, none of the work you have read about would be possible. Thank you for each and every donation.
Institutional & Government Donors
AHADI, Anglian Diocese of Maseno West Siaya, Aphia Plus, Catholic Relief Services, Centre for Reproductive Health and Rights, Comic Relief, Duke University Centre for Health Inequality, Duke University USA, FHI 360, GIZ/ GOPA, Guernsey Overseas Aid Commission, HOMF, Kenya AIDS NGOs Consortium, PATH, TechnoServe India, UK AID, UNICEF Kenya, University of Washington, US African Development Fund, USAID, Glasgow University, University of Arusha
Comic Relief – Testament to our work is a first three-year grant from Comic Relief towards our programmes in Tanzania. This is our fourth multi-year grant from Comic Relief and a big endorsement of our programmatic work.“Ace Africa’s activities are well rooted in the community and they collaborate well with partners on the ground. It is good Ace has begun to implement strategies for transferring its community based services to other communities.” - Beth Mbaka (Head of HIV and AIDS Programming, Comic Relief)
Trusts & Foundations
Addax & Oryx Foundation, Albert Van den Bergh Charitable Trust, Alex and William de Winton Trust, Allan and Nesta Ferguson Charitable Trust, Amcomri Foundation, Angus Lawson Memorial Trust, Arisaig Partners Foundation, Charles Hayward Foundation, Clara E Burgess Foundation, Colourful Life Foundation, Dulverton Trust, Egmont Trust, Eleanor Rathbone Charitable Trust, Elton John AIDS Foundation, Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, Evan Cornish Foundation, Fondation Mérieux, Genesis Charitable Trust, Gerald Palmer Eling Trust, Gwyneth Forrester Trust, Hasluck Charitable Trust, Jane Bubear Sports Foundation, Japan Water Fund, Jarman Charitable Foundation, Jochnick Foundation, Kathryn McQuade Foundation, Lancashire Foundation, Lord Deedes of Aldington Charitable Trust, MacBevan Fund, Mangiblai Haridas Khira Charitable Trust, Mercury Phoenix Trust, Oak Foundation, Paget Trust, Pat Newman Memorial Trust, Paul Bradshaw Memorial fund, Peter Cundill Foundation, Peter Stebbings Memorial Charity, Peter Storrs Trust, Pilanesburg Foundation, Rosie Dwyer Trust, Sol Foundation, Souter Charitable Trust, St James’s Place Charitable Trust, Stars Foundation, Waterloo Foundation, Millenium Development Fund, Trust in Indigenous Culture and Health
The Egmont Trust – The Egmont Trust is one of Ace’s longest standing donors and has supported a number of our projects in Kenya and Tanzania. Grants from The Egmont Trust are directed towards communities food and economic security, HIV prevention and child protection as well as basic medication. Please do have a look at how Egmont has helped Ace over the last years with this story of Marvin“Ace Africa’s baselines, monitoring and recording for each activity are impressive with a clear sense of the momentum of the project. Solutions are put forward for each problem identified, spending is on track and well reported.” - Head of Programmes, Egmont Trust
APA Insurance Co., Colgate Palmolive Co., FitBit, Fleishman Hillard, Gems TV, Hodder & Stoughton, innocent foundation, Isabel Mayfair, Kenya Coach Industries, Khetia Group of Companies, Lockton Companies, Longhorn Publishing, Marcie Green, Perivoli Philanthropy, Primal Living, RenaissanceRE, Royal St Georges, Scott Bader Commonwealth Charity, Sky News, The Economist, Vitol Foundation, Waitrose Foundation, Ziggy Green
Schools and Universities
All Hallows, Bradfield College, Caldicott Prepatory School, Cothill House, Dragon School, Ealing Oldfield Primary School, Eton College, Lancing College, Marlborough College, Notting Hill Prep School, Westminster Cathedral Choir School, Winchester College
Eton College – In 2014 Eton College began supporting Ace Africa in a very special partnership. Thanks to Glen Pierce, Master of Sport at Eton College, the Future Stars Football League project has been established in rural Arusha Region, Tanzania to enable children to participate in football through Ace Child-to-Child Clubs.
Major Individual Donors
Alex and William de Winton Trust, David Barnes, Dr Jonathan and Dr Gillian Knowles, Rob and Louise Unsworth, Sophie Challen, The Lyon Family Charitable Trust
AAIDRO, African Initiatives, AGHA-KHAN, Amani Child Development Centre, Anglican Development Services, Aphia Plus Western Bridge Aid, Arusha DC, AWLAURIO, Braeburn, Bungoma Home Based Care Program, CASEC, Caucus for Children’s Rights, CDWC, Centre for Disease Control, CHAC, CHASE Africa, Child to Child Trust, Childline Kenya, Christian Association, Community Aid and Small Enterprises Consultancy, Community Research in Development Initiatives, Compassion International, Convoy of Hope, DACC, Dandelion Africa, DCDO, Deaf and Community Progress Organisation, DMO, Dorcas AID, DSW, East African Association, ECHO, ECOLI, EGPAF, ELCT KIZAZI KIPYA, ENGENDER HEALTH, Faraja center, Faula Kenya, Friends of Dagoretti, Future Stars, Girl Child Network, Got Matar Community Development Group, HABARI MAALUM, Haller Foundation, Health NGOs Network, HIMMS, Honey Guide, IMARA FOUNDATION, JHPIEGO, Joshua Foundation, Kanduyi Children’s Home, Kasole Secrets, Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organisation, Kenya Medical Research Institution, Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service, Kenya Poverty Elimination Network, Kenya Seed Company, Kizazi Kipya, KONGA, LHRC, Mango Tree, Marie Stopes, Maternity Africa, Millenium Villages Project, National Commission for Science, Technology and Innovation, Natron Health Project, Plaster House, PWC, Red Cross Kenya, Root and Shoot, S.O.S, Seka Educational Theatre, Siaya Peasant Company Outreach Project, SIDO, Siritanyi Children’s Home, SOBER HOUSE, SOS, Southend Academy, T.F.F, Tanzania Engineering & Manuafacturing Design Org, Tanzania Food & Drugs Authority, Tanzania Pastoralist Hunters and Gatherers Org, TAWLA, TAWREF, Teach a Man to Fish, Trias, Urio Poultry Farm, VETA Arusha, Watershed Ecosystem Conservation, WEI, Wessex Ventures, Western Education Advocacy and Empowerment Programme, WLAC, World Vision
Alastair Lyon, André and Joana Villas-Boas, Christopher Hurren, Glen Pierce, Jane French, John Bennett, Johnnie Boden, Liz Earle MBE, Nicholas Pierce, Nicholas Zafiriou, Ollie Waddington, Patrick Drummond, Raff Burrowes, Sarah Byatt, Steve Bennett, The Howard Family, The Montgomery Family, Thomas Ward, Tom Pearson
We also very proudly count with the support of Liz Earle, André Villas-Boas and Phil Howard as Patrons of Ace Africa. And Patrick Drummond as our official photographer.
Photographs kindly taken by Patrick Drummond and Olivia Jarman