Uganda is known as the “pearl of Africa” for its remarkable beauty. It also has a high rate of poverty and one of the youngest and fastest-growing populations in the world.

In Uganda, more than a third of all inhabitants live below the poverty line. Children are the primary victims of this deplorable economic situation. Their families cannot ensure their health or their well-being, particularly in remote regions of the country and other issues still pose a threat to these young lives.

  • AIDS

  • Malnutrition 

  • Child Abuse

Our Partnership

Mama Josephine

67 children live in an orphanage where they are facing great challenges without food, basic medical, education and clothing. We have an opportunity to rebuild the orphanage on nearby land! Our partnership with a local brick-maker, Father Henry, provides the resources we need to make this impact. With each brick that is donated we can build a better life for these kids.

A Path of Purpose

With each brick that is donated we can build a sustainable community center to better the lives of these kids.

Community Impact

Our vision is to multiply our efforts in hope of building a better future for the many that are in need in Uganda.

Our Projects

BEyond Sustainable Orphanage

With your help, we hope to build a BEyond sustainable orphanage in a safe environment and with adequate space for the 67 children there, and any more that need a home. A portion of this land will be used to farm crops which will be sold to produce income for ongoing expenses.

Community Vocational Training Center

Our deepest thanks to the Honorable Fred Baseke for donating an acre of land in Kayunga to develop a community vocational training center. Our vocational training centers are focused on finding one’s “vocari” or “calling”.

Food Program

Our monthly food program has been made possible by our amazing donors. Children are not going hungry, but there is still so much more to do.

The Shoe that Grows

Our partnership with The Shoe that Grows Foundation brought 1,000 shoes to children in Uganda.

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