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African Hearts Community Organization (African Hearts) is a Christian non-governmental organization (NGO) operating in Uganda, East Africa. Founded in 2001, African Hearts aims to address the increasing number of children and youth driven to the streets of Kampala due to parental death, family abandonment, violence, or severe hardship at home. Life on the streets leaves these children vulnerable to exploitation, abuse, and extreme poverty.

Central Baptist Church Wakiso

Rays of Hope Primary School, a ministry of Central Baptist, serves students from families unable to afford any school fees. These children rely entirely on the school for their education needs, as their families cannot afford even basic supplies like books. They live in dire conditions, facing acute poverty and hunger. The children at Rays of Hope need your support!


The Cross Healing Primary School is located in Lamwo district, northern Uganda, near the South Sudanese border. This region was devastated by the war with Joseph Koni and the Lord's Resistance Army, displacing hundreds of families and leaving the area impoverished. Many families here are eager to send their children to school but lack the means to afford the required fees.


Nambiriizi Good Samaritan Christian School stands in the heart of Uganda's Kyotera district, an area marked by its remoteness and poverty. During rainy seasons, the school's access becomes challenging as roads become impassable by vehicles. In this region deeply affected by war and the HIV epidemic, thousands of children have been orphaned. However, the school serves as a beacon of hope, providing these children with both a Christian education and vital vocational skills.


Passion Christian Ministries includes a Sponsor a Child program, Passion Christian Assembly Church, Healing Hope Malnutrition Clinic, and Passion Christian High School. Children in the Passion Christian program go to various primary schools, Passion Christian High School, and Universities throughout Kampala.


Revival Outreach's mission is to extend the love of Christ to orphaned, homeless, and vulnerable children by offering them a Christian education, shelter, meals, medical care, and teaching them the Word of God. Founded in 2014 by the late Pastor Johnson Bakashaba, Ebenezer Christian Academy (ECA) serves more than 550 students, many of whom are unable to pay school fees. The future of these children is uncertain without ongoing support to sustain their education.


Side by Side Ministries operates in Bethlehem within the Kyotera District of Uganda, an area deeply scarred by the ravages of war and the HIV epidemic, which have left numerous children orphaned and impoverished. Founded by Pastor Ntale Pius, the ministry took root amidst these challenges. However, tragedy struck when Pastor Pius passed away in March 2017, leaving his wife, Ntale Brenda, along with their two daughters, Ntale Jemimah and Namuyomba Jane, to continue his legacy by leading the flourishing ministry. Situated in a remote locale, Side by Side Ministries is dedicated to aiding the most vulnerable members of society. The children in their community are in urgent need of your support!


Allow me to introduce you to New Life Christian School, established in 2018 under the visionary leadership of Pastor Charles Isiko. Pastor Charles is deeply committed to two vital ministries: church planting and discipleship. Nestled approximately one hour east of Jinja in a region grappling with poverty, New Life Christian School (NLCS) stands as a beacon of hope. Currently, NLCS boasts an enrollment of 112 students, with a targeted aim to expand to accommodate 140 students by the year 2024. On behalf of Pastor Charles, as well as the present and future students of New Life Christian School, I extend a heartfelt challenge to you: would you consider sponsoring a child today? Your support can make a profound difference in shaping the lives of these young learners.