Child SponsorshipSponsoring a child through Uganda Hands For Hope not only provides a child with the opportunity to go to school, but it also gives them a chance at a better future, by providing a safe refuge away from the dangers of the informal settlement in which they live. For a monthly fee from £20, you can sponsor a child to go to school. Sponsorship fees includes:
- School Fees
- School Supplies
- School Uniform
- 2 meals a day
- Basic medical care
- Participation in our Holiday Programme
DonationsAll of the programmes implemented by Uganda Hands for Hope are made possible by the generous donations of our supporters. Some examples of how your money can help are shown below.
- With a donation of £50 or greater, you can provide support for a family to start or improve their small business
- £3 will provide a mosquito net to help in the prevention of malaria
- We also accept donations of any amount from £2 to help with support costs, such as office supplies, staff salaries and transportation.
- Reams of white printer paper and of coloured paper
- Dress-up Costumes
- Arts & Crafts Materials
- Red and Blue Pens
- Name Tag Stickers for labelling
- Wellington Boots (Rain Boots)
- Children’s educational CDs and DVDs
VolunteerUganda Hands for Hope offers volunteering positions and internship opportunities to all. In particular, we welcome students and recent graduates with an interest in international development or social work. However, no matter what your professional interests are, we place our volunteers and interns in programmes that will use and improve their skills, including areas such as education, medicine or nursing, accounting, marketing, micro finance and IT, and our staff is always available to give assistance. Read more...
Partner with usWe are always interesting in partnering with like-minded organisations, whether this includes knowledge sharing, school partnerships, joint fundraising events or something totally different! In addition to various school partnerships, Uganda Hands for Hope is currently partnering with a number of local organisations, including:
• Save the Children • Viva • Child at Risk Network (CRANE) • Uganda Child Rights NGO Network (UCRNN) • Kairos Medical Centre • Ugandan Society for Disabled Children