Support Us

UWC East Africa has a history of philanthropy both within the school and externally with the many communities around our location in Moshi and Arusha. This is most clearly evident through our curriculum and also through our own Scholarship Programme that we have run since 2002.

Individual Support

Many individuals have supported our scholarship programmes and facility growth through donations and other support. Thanks to all the parents, alumni and our reunion participants who have helped us in this way.

UK Charitable Trust

The International School Moshi Charitable Trust is registered as a charity with the UK Charities Commission. It can accept one off donations or monthly direct debits from anywhere in the world.

Registered Charity No. 1115221
Sort code 40 52 40
Account number 00013980
IBAN: GB33CAFB40524000013980

Donate via cheque to this address:
International School Moshi Charitable Trust, CAF Bank, West Malling, ME19 4JQ, UK

Charities Aid Foundation

You can also donate directly online by clicking the button above to visit our CAF page. All funds are used to support our scholarship programmes.

UK Gift Aid

If you are a UK tax payer, you can claim Gift Aid with either way of giving and claim an extra 25% for the trust on top of any donation made. For bank transfers, please complete this PDF form and email it to For CAF Online payments, you will be given the option to select Gift Aid at the time of payment.

To find out more, contact our fundraising department at

Corporate Sponsorship

We are always looking to work with national and international companies in the private sector to enable more opportunities for talented young Africans and to benefit the future leaders of East Africa. If your company would like to offer a scholarship or help match funds then please contact our Advancement Office to see how this could benefit your company, especially working within your CSR policy.

We are grateful for generous funding from Barrick Gold Tanzania (Bulyanhulu Gold Mine), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, and the Mount Meru Petroleum Group who have funded many scholarships in the school.