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2022 Rainbows4children Raffle - buy here

Draw at the annual sponsored walk

17th September

5 Fabulous prizes, only 500 tickets available 

Our annual sponsored walk is back!
In 2022 we are happy to announce we will run our sponsored walk in Horgen, Switzerland.
The date is Saturday 17th September, 2pm to late.
Please support our walk/run and barbecue and enjoy a fun filled family day out! 
Omega Ingredients
Clean & Climb Ben Nevis
Support them as they clean up litter and raise funds for charity, including Rainbows4children!
Our young supporter (7) lives in Germany
so can't join our event. She has raised € 350
from her own triathlon:
she ran 2km, biked 11km and swam 200m!  

Be inspired!!
14 12 2020- We have had our first contact with the school in 6 weeks. It seems that most people are safe. We hope to hear more in the next few days. 
19 01 2021 - Focus on humanitarian support: food and emotional support for staff and students.
28 06 2021 - Currently we are unable to connect with the School, but operations will continue.
2022 - we can connect with the School from time to time. We are ensuring everyone gets food.

About Rainbows4children

Rainbows4children is an independent foundation set up in memory of Nicolas Robinson (son of the founder) and provides education for disadvantaged children in Ethiopia – primarily the children of adults with disabilities such as loss of limbs and blindness.

100% of donations go directly to the educational projects. This is made possible because all the administration work is carried out entirely by unpaid volunteers.

The patron of Rainbows4children is the renowned BBC journalist, Michael Buerk.

The Foundation is registered in Switzerland no:

CH- and founded in 2004

Rainbows4Children is registered in the UK with The Charity Commission (no.1116387), founded in 2005

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Nicolas Robinson, 1991-1996

As part of our encouragement of care for the environment -
training young people in much needed skills:
learning agriculture techniques to grow food and plant trees.