For every one of these success stories, there are thousands more waiting to be discovered. Our primary focus is caring for our 80 children but when opportunities like the ones below present themselves, we do what we can to help. We have created an area of giving called “Story of Hope”, it is people like the ones below that you can choose to help. These people’s lives have been forever changed by providing them something they or their families could never obtain themselves. If you choose to help us in this area, we will be sure to contact you to let you know how your donation was used. Viewer discretion advised as there are some graphic images below.
The challenges I saw with this girl were:
- She is unable to walk and speak. She can only smile.
- She has not yet gone to school.
Things she needs:
- A wheel chair to enable her move from one point to other.
- She needs to be put in a school for sign language.
- She needs to be taught life surviving skills.
I kindly request you to support this young disabled orphan girl because your support will enable her to live for tomorrow, otherwise she is hopeless.
May God bless you.
Thembo Moses, medical Student Kampala International University
She said her biggest challenge is getting tuition worth 75,000/= per term for the kids owing to the situation she’s in and her parents can not afford that since the family s living in poverty. Racheal is steadily healing, though she can not support herself to stand for long, she can walk a little distance. She says she is not feeling too much pain like before. Racheal and some of her relatives have accepted Jesus’s healing power and hope to build a church one day.
June 4th, 2017 by Brenda:
Wanted to share these amazing and touching photos of our friend, Rachael in Uganda who had her leg amputated on our last visit. We have been able to keep in contact with her through some friends and is doing good despite the area going through a recent famine from lack of rain. Arlo was able to get a nice set of crutches to her and this photo was taken yesterday. This girl is nothing short of a miracle, praise be to God!!