Recipients

  • African Equipment for Schools (2005 – 2008)

    Between 2005 and 2008, the Rivers Foundation raised money, and donated the funds necessary to build two schools in Rwanda and Uganda in Eastern Africa.  In the above image, the school built in Rwanda can be seen under construction, as it was being built by local people. This benefited the community not just educationally, but… Read More

  • Bahia Street Trust (2002 – 2010)

    The Bahia Street Trust was set up with the goal of breaking the cycles of poverty and violence through educational opportunities for impoverished young women and girls in Brazil.  Bahia is in one of the poorest parts of Northeastern Brazil, where young girls face huge challenges getting an education and building a better life for… Read More

  • Bobatt Centre (2004)

    The Bobatt Centre is a rehabilitation centre for children with Celebral Palsy and adults who have suffered strokes.

  • Cedars Youth and Community Project (2008)

    The Rivers Foundation, together with Cedars Youth and Community Project have offered support to essential after-school clubs.

  • CHANCE for Nepal (2009 – 2014)

    C.H.A.N.C.E. for Nepal (Children’s Health and Nutrition, Care and Education) is a charity that was founded by Barbara Datson in 2006 with the explicit aim of improving the lives of children who are sick and under-privileged in Nepal. C.H.A.N.C.E also have an educational sponsorship programme at three schools in the Kathmandu Valley where children are admitted… Read More

  • Chicks (2004 – 2006)

    Chicks arranges a week’s country holiday and activities for deprived children in England.

  • Christina Noble Foundation (2001 – 2013)

    The Rivers Foundation first started supporting the Christina Noble Foundation after Alan Rivers met Christina in 2001.  Since then, we have sponsored many children throughout their school years and helped the Christina Noble Foundation to build two new schools in the countryside outside Ho Chi Minh city in Southern Vietnam.

  • CLAPA (2004 – 2005)

    CLAPA assists children with cleft lips and palates, as well as their parents.

  • Forest Philharmonic Orchestra (2013-2015)

    A full-size symphony orchestra consisting of around 80 musicians, the Forest Philharmonic Orchestra performs wonderful classical music alongside fantastic soloists to thousands of people. They also work with young musicians in the local Waltham Forest community, providing open rehearsals and the opportunity to experience the excitement of being a part of a large orchestra. Forest Philharmonic Explorers… Read More

  • Harrodian School (2006 – 2015)

    The Rivers Foundation have been donating money towards the Harrodian School Math’s prize since 2006.

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