We received this urgent plea from the children’s home in Uganda this morning. “We are coming from Kaliro village with madam Christine (administrator) with a little girl of just three weeks, the mother passed on after delivery and the father is unknown. This is really sad and the grand mother is helpless, the other of […]
James spoke very frankly to me of his time as a captured boy under the control of the LRA (Lords Resistance Army) and the devastating effects that losing his parents had on him, orphaning him when he was only 12 years old.
Any non-profit organization is as good as the people that support it. I’m so proud to say that so many wonderful donors and sponsors have been a part of our organization since 1999. Our continual donors are the life of our work. They have made this organization’s humanitarian effort strong! Sadly, the hard facts are that we always have greater needs than our existing donor base can cover. Even more so now during this economic downturn.