It ensures that a child receives an education, clothing, nutritious food, health care, vocational training, life skills and most importantly, a place to call home.
100USD termly and 300USD
Empowering the marginalized
Below is a list of Hope Children's Foundation core values that all members of the organizations use, live by and demonstrate on a daily basis while executing their responsibilities.
“Looking for Experteers supporting our cause”
We are looking for a professional with children care skills to come “Experteering” with us in Uganda.
This is a unique opportunity to the Orphans and needy children while experiencing the local culture of Uganda.
Check out our opportunity on our facebook page linked below and subscribe and recieve updates about the Foundation.
If anyone has a little to spare, please think about donating as a little goes a long way in Uganda. As you know i spent six months with this organization and these children remain in my heart"Netty (England)Volunteer/Sponsor
In 2013, for a month and a half, I volunteered with the foundation. At the Kigoma school and hosted by the Kalema family. I did all sorts of school and leisure activities with children, teachers ... and became part of a large family and the culture and life of Uganda. My heart and my mind is not the same since then, so I recommend to all people who want to volunteer, and grow inside as a person, do not hesitate to contact them and live their experience, I hope to return someday."Vanessa (Spain)Volunteer
Testimony is to be uploaded very soon"Ramona (Germany)Volunteer/Sponsor
Testimony is to be uploaded very soon"Owen (England)Volunteer/Sponsor
Testimony is to be uploaded very soon"Anna Kamp (Denmark)Volunteer
My wife and I had a wonderful time during the summer of 2016! It was just a short stay of one week, but we were blessed with opportunities to meet great kids and wonderful teaching staff. Mr. and Mrs. Kayemba had such a strong, admirable personality. Extremely dedicated and resolute in what they do, that is to help kids with difficult backgrounds. Homestay at their place was a great learning occasion for us too. Even though adapting to new environment for us was not necessarily easy , they were very helpful and it was gratifying for us. We had many fun, memorable moments with their kids as well as the kids in the neighborhood. We hope that their project of reconstructing their schooling site goes well, and wish all the best for everyone we met there!"Emi and Naoya Mitake (Japan)Volunteer/Sponsor
In 2013 I had the greatest experience Via Hope Childrend’s Foundation, I had 2 months in Uganda. It’s pretty simple to describe the outcome, the foundation gave me the biggest experience ever. Bigger than I’ve ever thought. Looking back, I also would like to emphasize, that they were very helpful with every questions I might have – so my advice to young people considering such a trip, don’t be nervous, just do it! You will not regret it. The other volunteers and I arrived at the school in the mornings. Absolutely one of my favorite times of the day! When arriving at the school, every child ran to meet us and for hugs. When school lesson starts, we taught our classes in basic math, English, science etc. Sometimes we also just told a story, drawing, showing pictures from our own country or played different kinds of sport outside. I got friends from my first day at the school. I was, I still am, very surprised how the children searched for my attention and friendship. This made the place even harder to leave when time was up. I can only recommend such an experience."Janne Dahlmann (Germany)Volunteer
He was born on 12th/March/2007 in Kkona (Wakiso District ) by Twesigye Edward and Scola Twesigye residents of Kkona (Wakiso District) working as casual laborers who earn little money and cant afford to cater for their children. We hereby call upon for anyone who can financially support him so that he can study and gain the job of his desire, because he wishes to become a Doctor.Tugumisirize Erias: Needy
She was born on 16th / October / 2008, in Kkona (Wakiso District) by Nnabanja Monica and late Ddumba Nathan. Late Ddumba Nathan was the one who meet all the financial support she required for both school and lifestyle and his death left a huge demand to her mother because she couldn't meet the required needs that left Nagawa Catherine a need child. We hereby call upon anyone who can financially help her so that she can have a better study environment.Nagawa Catherine: Single parent (Mum)
He was born on 21st/ 04 / 2006, in Kkona (Wakiso District) a grand son to the late Ddumba Nathan. Late Ddumba Nathan was the one who meet all the financial support he required for both school and lifestyle and his death left him needy We hereby call upon anyone who can sponsor him so that she can have a better study environment.Bukenya Edward: Orphan
She was born on 28th/ April / 2010, in Kkona (Wakiso District) by Nnabanja Monica and late Ddumba Nathan. Late Ddumba Nathan was the one who meet all the financial support she required for both school and lifestyle and his death left a huge demand to her mother because she couldn't meet the required needs that left Kisakye Flavia a need child. We hereby call upon anyone who can sponsor her so that she can have a better study environment.Kisakye Flavia: Single parent (Mum)
She was born on 10th / August / 2013, in Kkona (Wakiso District) by Ampirize Scovia and unkown father. Ainembabazi Phiona is taken care of by her mother Ampirize Scovia who has no occupation and stay at her friend's place. We hereby call upon anyone who can sponsor her so that she can have a better study environment.Ainembabazi Phiona: Single parent (Mum)