Thank you for coming to Rise Up!

It was a huge success! 

Image: Griffin Mathews and Matt Gould perform "Invisible Thread" from Witness Uganda at Clover Foundation's 3rd Annual Rise Up! Benefit. By Joan Boivin

On Saturday, May 20th, 2017 at Temple Kerem Shalom in Concord, MA over 85 guests reveled in the musical performances from Witness Uganda by Matt Gould and Griffin Matthews.  Many responded so enthusiastically to their call to support Clover that, thus far, we have raised over $30,000.

Check out our new video

that we premiered at Rise Up! Watch and see that it takes a whole village to raise a child. We're excited to show you how our 71 children are thriving! 

Photography and Videography by Lisa M. Butler and David C. LaChapelle

You can still be a part of Rise Up!

If you were unable to attend, or would like to make an additional donation, please give what you can. Your commitment to The Clover Foundation is important to us.

As we hear in the video: it takes a whole village to raise a child! Thanks for being Clover's village and helping us raise our 71 children.

We Give Special Thanks to: 

Matt Gould and Griffin Mathews
Temple Kerem Shalom  •  Short Order Gourmet Catering  •  Lisa M. Butler and David C. LaChapelle for photography and videography  •  Wade Callison for video editing  •    Seaside Social Media PR • West Concord Wine and Spirits • Joan Boivin Photography

RISE UP! is the Clover Foundation's annual fundraiser and a celebration of the progress we see in the children at Clover––a revelry of recognition of the remarkable good championed by your support. This year Rise Up! was held at Temple Kerem Shalom in Concord, M.A. on Saturday, May 20th, 2017

Read more about Clover's work in the slums of Kampala, Uganda HERE

Read more about Project Uganda and the work of Matt Gould and Griffin Matthews HERE

Host Committee
Chair: Nancy DeAngelo; Diane Mercer, Phyllis Strimling, Hannah Polakoff, Julia Hurley

CLOVER FOUNDATION, an early childhood learning center and preschool, provides quality education to the young children who live in the slums of Busega, Kampala District, Uganda at no cost to their families. The Clover school is a safe, caring and engaging environment for these children living in extreme poverty, who otherwise would not have the opportunity for an education, during years critical to their positive social, emotional, cognitive and physical well-being. We ensure the continued education of our pre-school graduates by supporting them in a private primary school in the community. We believe all children have the right to dream, and to receive a quality education to realize those dreams.