About Us

About Waterfall

Waterfall Charity, a UK/Tanzania/Zanzibar registered organisation founded in January 2011, established to address the global water crisis and the poverty faced by communities in India and Africa. Over the years, the scope of the charity’s work has expanded to include a range of humanitarian projects, from constructing schools to setting up self-sustainable initiatives and providing food aid.

Our goal is to educate and inspire people to support and protect the basic necessities of life and to provide these resources to those who need them most. We believe that everyone deserves access to these necessities, and that by working together, we can make a meaningful impact on the lives of those in need.

Our Mission

Waterfall Charity’s mission is to improve the quality of life for those in need by providing essential services and support to underprivileged communities. Our aim is to break the cycle of poverty and provide access to education, healthcare, clean water, and other basic necessities. We also support livelihood programs and provide assistance to orphans and children in need.

At Waterfall Charity, we believe in the power of education, self-sufficiency, and collaboration to create positive change. We strive to create sustainable solutions and empower those we serve to reach their full potential. With a focus on compassion, integrity, and excellence, we are dedicated to making a lasting impact in the lives of those we serve.

Individual and Corporate Sponsorship

We are inviting you or your company to participate in the running costs of Waterfall so we can upkeep our 100% promise to donors.

100% Donations to Project Promise

We promise to pay 100% of the money donated by you to the chosen project.

The Water Crisis

1 Billion people on our earth face a daily crisis, Water. This crisis threatens lives of children and adults and livelihoods more so than any war. This is a daily crisis unlike natural disasters which does not make headlines in the media as more people die each year from drinking dirty water than earthquakes, tsunamis and other natural disasters.