We offer hope for a better future to Kampala's most vulnerable orphaned children by funding their education and other basic needs.
Ugandan Orphan Support channels funding to two small scale orphanages in Kampala - both of which operate purely out of love and good-will towards vulnerable children. Club Banda Orphanage (http://clubbanda.com/) has placed 18 former street-children in caring family homes, and with our sponsors' help, are paying for each child to attend school. Jesus and Me Children's Ministries (JMCM - http://www.jmcm-uganda.com/) provides housing for several formerly neglected children and also hosts kids from the surrounding slum-neighbourhood for church and after-school activities. These organisations exist purely because their founders chose to stretch their own personal resources to offer hope to children in need. Having visited these organisations and spent time with their volunteers and the children in their care, a New Zealand couple (Ben and Kirsty Bond) began Urgandan Orphan Support. Our aim is to assist these organisations to improve the lives of vulnerable children who unlike in developed nations, cannot depend on a governmental welfare system.
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Ugandan Orphan Support assists two small-scale orphanages based in Kampala, Uganda.