Changing Lives... Giving Hope...
From living on the streets...
To living in a home...
THIS IS THE DIFFERENCE THAT SPONSORSHIP MAKES!
We have begun a new initiative in our organisation, and that is the sponsorship of children. At present we have 31 children in our care, with numbers increasing all the time. Just £25 a month will keep one child fed, clothed, housed, and in school.
If you would like to be a part of this wonderful ministry, please download our sponsorship form and fill it in. Once you have completed it, you can either scan it, or take a photo of it with your smart phone, and email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can post it to our address on the contact us page.
Whilst we would ideally love for people to commit to the full £25 a month, we understand that some are only able to contribute a smaller amount. This is why you can indicate what you would like to give, whether it's a one off donation, monthly, quarterly, or even annual payment. We want you to know that we are grateful for every amount that we receive as it's going to a wonderful cause that will change lives and give hope!
These children are in need of your sponsorship:
Peter Rock Simon
Flowrence Namei - 15 years
Flowrence’s father sent her to work as a house girl so that she could help the family. She was ten years and had a step mother. Flowrence was extremely unhappy and did not want to stay there. She is now a different child enjoying living in the home and attending school in grade P6.
Chris Watero - 7 years
Chris’s mother brought him to town and abandoned him on the street. Chris was on the street for two years before being taken into the care of the home. He is now in P1 of the local school.
Erick is a child from the street. He came into the home in 2015. Erick’s parents had left him with a very needy grandmother and he has not seen them since 2006. His friends encouraged him to live on the streets as he was sleeping hungry at home. Now in the home he is happy and attending the local school in grade P3.
Apollo Kamoti - 16 years
Apollo’s mother left him when he was one year old with his father and step mother. His father continually told him he was no good and will never pass P7. He actually repeated classes for four times. Apollo was brought into care and he now in Senior 1.
Denis is an orphan, both his parents died in the Namezi landslide.
Joan Nahkhayenze - 10 years
Joan was found in the village of Bududa district selling bamboo to earn a living. Her parents had divorced and she was left with her siblings. Joan was taken under the care of the home.
Sarah Naira - 9 years
Sarah is an orphan as both her parents have died. Sarah was found living with her grandfather who is a drunkard. Sarah was taken into care and is now very happy.
Faith’s parents broke up and abandoned the children. She lived with her brothers and sisters. Now together with some of her brother and sisters they are now in the care of the home, attending school and are very happy.
Colin Watelo - 18 years
Colin used to live on the street because he ran away from home as he used to be beaten by his father who is an alcoholic. Colin came into care in 2007. He's now in Senior 2 attending the school in town.
Ivan Mukute - 20 years
Ivan is an orphan. His mother died and he did not know his father. Ivan was left under the care of his grandmother who died not long after her daughter. Although Ivan is now 20 years he is attending school and is in Senior 2. Ivan is valued member of the home, helping to look after the younger children and assisting around the home.
Junior was born on the street, his mother still lives on the street and has severe mental problems. He's now living in the home and attending a Christian school and is now a very happy child.
Suzan Bisikwa - 15 years
Suzan’s parents stay very close to a landslide in a very dangerous place. There are ten children in the family. Suzan is the last born and the only one who attended school, she was taken into the home to encourage her. In the future she wants to be able to help others.
Derrick is a child from the street. He said his mother would beat him every day even without reason and keep him home from school. He's now in the home attending the village school in P3.
James Mukhuzu - 14 years
James was found living with the grandmother who could not provide his needs and not attending school. Both of James parents died in the Namezi landslide.
Shadrack is a child from the street. His real mother left him. His father took another wife who mistreated him by beating him badly. Now he is in the home and attends the village school he is in P3.
Emma Mukisa - 7 years
Emma was found on the street, living there for more than three years. His parents used to beat him and send him away from home, so the street became his home. Now under the care of the home, he is attending the primary 4 class in one of the village schools.
Moses is child from the street, he ran away from home because his step mother mistreated him. He's now in the home and attending P3 in the local school.
Leyah’s parents divorced and left her with the grandmother who could not afford to pay her school fees. The home took her into care. Leyah is now in P5 primary school and also leads in the church.
Noah's father did not think he should spend money on education therefore refused to send Noah to school. His mother died. Noah was taken into care, he's attending Primary 1 in a Christian school.
Teresa’s parents sent her to go to work as a house girl at the age at 12. She was brought into care with her parent’s agreement and she's doing very well.
Anna's father was a drunkard and he used to bite her mother until she ran away, leaving the children behind. Anna used to stay home alone with her brother starving while her father was going in the village to drink. When visiting their home Anna was found very weak. Anna came under the care of the home and now Anna completed school with O levels and desperately would like to go on and study as a nurse. She will, soon, by God's grace and His provision for the training fees.
Joshua Cyrus Wolwana
Joshua's brothers were orphaned due to a fight at home between the mother and her second husband. The second husband killed the mother and dumped her body on the side of the road. No relatives wanted to take care of the children were taken to the home. The kids are happy in school and they are surrounded by love and care
Noah Musuto - 6 years
Noah was staying with the grandmother since his parents passed away in landslides. Noah was found fetching water for people as a way of earning some money for living. He had never attended school because of no fees. Noah was taken under care and is now at school and doing very well.
Bilah Namboka - 6 years
Bilah is an orphan and was found living with her grandmother in Burafula village where she was raising goats. Her parents are both dead due to HIV. Bilah has been with the home since 2014 and is doing very well.
Demas Mafabi - 4 years
Demas mother left him with the grandmother when he was 2 months old. She raised him until he has 2 years old. Without finances she was forced her to take the child to his father. The father now was remarried and the wife refused to take Demas as part of the new family. So the father took him to his aunt. When visiting that home, Demas was found in a very bad condition, sick with no medication. Demas was taken to the home is now a happy child attending nursery school in Nakaloke.
Robinah Teresa - 11 years
Robinah was found in the trading centre selling sugar cane. She had been left alone in the house when the parents divorced. They moved away living her behind. She was brought into care in 2014 and is doing very well.