The analogy of the rainbow is that each color by itself is beautiful, but when put together in harmony they create this great spectacle we call the rainbow. At the end of the rainbow there is a treasure that treasure lies within us, we must find it and share it with those less fortunate than us. In this case ďitís the childrenĒ
The children need you, we need you, and for that we thank you.
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Rainbow Child trip to South Africa
About Rainbow Child Foundation
Rainbow Child Foundation is a non-profit organization that prides itself on giving 100% of its profits to helping underprivileged children around the world. We have reached 25000 children in eight years by providing schools with play pumps, sanitation, farm seeds bank, and HIV awareness programs.
2014 has been a great year for RFC, we extended our aid to the Syrian refugees and to two local UK charities (the Rhys Daniels Trust and the Hearing Fund UK), as well as building a soup kitchen and feeding programs in Malawi.
We are proud to announce that after eight years we have finally obtained our own charity number, and even though we were under the umbrella of the Charties Trust, not having a charity number has sometimes stopped us from capitalising on many lucrative fundraising oppotunties, so to have acheived what we have without it has been nothing short of a miracle.
2015 is gearing to be our best year yet, all the funds raised will be distributed between different projects, abroad and in the UK, starting with Burma children refugees.
Please keep an eye on all updates, new fundraising events and information.
We would like to take this oppotunity to thank everybody involved in making Rainbow Child Foundation what it is today.
We cannot do this without your help. Please help us to help others by donating here.
Latest Rainbow News
- RCF receives a cheque of £43,562.19 in Paris
- RFC helps Syria's Refugees in the cold winter
- Feeding program in Malawi - RCF sponsored
- New soup kitchens in Malawi funded by RCF
- View the Daniel Rhys Trust video
- RFC donates £5000 to Daniel Rhys Trust
- RFC donates £5000 to the Hearing Fund UK
- Merrill Osmond and the Olive Osmond Hearing Fund video
- Rainbow Child Foundation announce Charity Certification
- Providing shelters in Syria
- We are so proud of Chico in Dancing on ice
- Chico is in ITVs Dancing on ice
- Rainbow childís annual ball has raised 27K
- Rainbow childís annual ball 12th November
- Our Trip to Malawi
- We are off to visit our new pumps.. thank you everyone!
- Donations allow the build of two new play pumps
Our trip to Malawi
Play pumps The play pump is an in-genius idea created by Trevor G field. Itís basically a merry go around and as the kids play on it, itís pumps clean drinking water from a borehole into a tank, and from the tank into the tap. The play pump is also used to help bring awareness for issues such as Aids, Malaria, and HIV by selling advertising space on itís billboards which in return helps for itís up keep.
Help us fundraise by putting on your own event, schools, companies, or individuals are all welcome. No matter how big or small as everything little helps. You can sponsor a play pump, sanitation toilets or a whole rainbow child village, for those who sponsor a village, we will fly them over to Malawi for a trip of a lifetime. We will name the village after you or your company, and video your unforgettable trip.
RAINBOW CHILD VILLAGES
Rainbow child villages On our last trip to Malawi an Idea was born. The charity ďOne waterĒ took us to visit four villages, and showed us four different programs they had already implemented, so we thought why not put all the programs together and create whole rainbow child villages, by providing them with all the necessary basics of life such as water, sanitation, bank seeds, and HIV awareness programs. We provide them with a self-sustained eco friendly village. The play pumps provide drinking water so children donít have to walk ten miles a day to fetch the water, thus get an education. We also turn the toilet waste (Poo) into compost and manure to give to the farmers to grow their crops, and whatever is left is used to buy bicycle ambulances, live stock, and HIV medicine.