Help us do more

There are several simple ways you or your company

can make a massive difference

Some of these ideas won’t cost you a penny…just a few minutes of your time.

One of them will actually save you money. How easy is that!?

And 100% of the money goes to helping children.

 


1

Simple Donation

Whether you make a one off donation or give a regular monthly amount, this is the best way to support projects like our scholarships, farm, mentoring programme and cycling club.

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2

The 100 Club

We’re aiming to have 100 businesses which have donated £100 to our projects.

In 2017 this is building up a fund to provide interest-free, but repayable, student loans to our sponsored students who’s grades have got them a university place but are struggling to make ends meet.

Donate Here


3

Sponsor a student

For the same price as an iPad you could change the future for a child like Mercy, her family and her community. Scholarships start at £25 p.m.

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4

Hire our Smoothie bike

Have fun and raise funds at the same time – simply add fruit and juice then provide some human pedal power to make your own smoothie.  Great for parties, team building, well-being events and be the centre of attention at  conferences and exhibitions.

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5

Hold your own event

Hold your own quiz night or other event with family, friends, colleagues or contacts – get together have fun, raise funds.

We’ll help you with things you need like quiz questions, raffle prizes, collection buckets …

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6

Shop online

The next time you shop online you could be raising money for our work at no cost to you.

It takes just 5 minutes to setup and you can choose from the three options on the left.

Click the logos to access the simple registration forms. 


7

Donate kit

We can always use your old kit for our cycling club – bikes, clothing, tools, books and magazines.  These all help equip our cycling club and encourage the interest of the children in Kibera.

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In case you want to check us out

We are a registered charity (number 1140443), set up to help young and disadvantaged people develop their capabilities.

As a company, we commit 5% of all our coaching income to support the work of the Foundation. This means that all governance, admin and fundraising costs are met.

Everything that our supporters give is channelled straight into the community projects where it’s needed most – 100% guaranteed.

The Red Rubber Ball Foundation is overseen by external Trustees who ensure that all funds are used for the purposes intended.

And our Annual Accounts are filed with UK Companies House and include a Trustee’s Annual Report on our results and activities. These are openly available.

If you would like a copy of the latest Accounts, or you would like to speak to one of our trustees, contact us here.