Corporate partnerships

We work with companies and other organisations to carry out our life-changing work. As a highly efficient volunteer-run organisation, with few overheads, any money we have goes further than money used by bigger charities or NGOs. Donations go to wells.

So far we have drilled more than 100 wells in Kenya, and we want to find the right partners to help us to scale and accelerate our impact further.

Corporate partners have in the past run consumer-focused campaigns, raising funds through a donation per purchase scheme.

Or perhaps you want to engage your workforce in a company-wide fundraising effort to get water to thousands of people in need, in the most cost-effective way possible?

If you are looking to change lives through your corporate social responsibility programme, please do get in touch so we can talk it through with you - info@wellboring.org.

Who we are working with

In 2018 we were delighted to start working with Colgate-Palmolive , delivering wells to 30 schools by the end of 2019, changing more than 30,000 lives for the better.

Colgate launched a fundraising campaign that motivated Kenyan people to purchase any Colgate product, with a portion of the sales of each product being donated towards the campaign. Using these funds, we identified the schools that needed water, established a relationship, and drilled and installed wells. We continue to work with Colgate to provide water and give everyone a future to smile about.

The Rotary Foundation matched funds raised by the Rotary Clubs of Chippenham, Wiltshire Vale, Carmarthen Tywi and Abercan & Newbridge (Wales), Blois (France), Salem and Beverly (Massachusetts USA) and Kisumu (Kenya), to provide 13 wells in Kisumu, Kenya. Chippenham Rotary organised the fundraising and Global Grant

Rotarians from Chippenham and the USA have visited Kenya twice to see the impact safe water has. Rotary remains an important partner for us.

Want to do something amazing to fulfil your corporate social responsibility aims? Let’s talk: info@wellboring.org