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Sponsor a ChildHow we Help

Change a Child’s Future

Children in Uganda face a myriad of challenges, from extreme poverty and limited access to quality education to health vulnerabilities and insufficient nutrition. These adversities hinder their potential and threaten their ability to break the cycle of poverty.

When you sponsor a child, you’re not just making a difference in their life today. You’re shaping their future. Your support gives them the essential resources and opportunities they desperately need to thrive. It’s more than just financial assistance; it’s a beacon of hope and encouragement that can transform their life trajectory.

By sponsoring, you don’t just change one life; you uplift entire communities over time.

WHAT WE DO

Access to Education

Support for Widows and Orphans

Women's Health and Wellness

Access to Clean Water

Missionary Work

FIVE CORE FOCUS AREAS

  • Access to Education
  • Support for Widows and Orphans
  • Women's Health and Wellness
  • Access to Clean Water
  • Missionary Work

Access to Education

Our mission is to ensure that children in Uganda receive a quality education. We achieve this by supporting Christian educators at the Hands of Hope School in Uganda. This enables us to attract and retain dedicated teachers who significantly impact their students' lives.

As the children reside at the school during the term, these teachers play a crucial role in their academic growth and personal development, shaping their futures inside and outside the classroom.

Latest News and Updates

The Goat Project

Early on Raelee and I wanted to get a baby goat. They are “so cute and funny” when they are little. We got a male and female. Over the last two and a half years we have had babies and either the mother or baby or both died.

A New Chapter

Happy Mama! Haria is one of our girls we have helped support through school to be a Mid Wife. Her training was a little over a year and a half and very.

Why I believe in The Mandate by Jennifer Cummings

I grew up in a small community in East Texas. Despite my parents’ excellent work ethics, my family and I lived paycheck-to-paycheck during the good times. Sometimes there was no paycheck.