Read to Learn Foundation
Read to Learn Foundation is an indigenous Ugandan women-led nonprofit organization focused on early literacy development with an emphasis on the creation of community-driven and led interventions.
Their mission is to empower communities in all their diversities with the right tools, skills, and resources to enable them to access the right early literacy development programs. Learn more about Read to Learn here.
40 days over 40 smiles Foundation
40 Days Over 40 Smiles Foundation (40-40) is a Kampala based independent, youth-led, charity organization. Who are committed to helping vulnerable children and communities to access quality, all-round education support and entrepreneurial training aimed at self-sustainability.
Their mission is to inspire Ugandans to engage in inclusive, philanthropic activities towards improving the quality of learning for underprivileged children and communities. Learn more about 40-40 here.
Grace Villa, Uganda
“We rise by lifting others”
This sanctuary for girls, founded in 2013, is located in Kigezi, Uganda. Ruth Ndyabahika’s vision for this non-profit was to create a safe space and a family setting for the girls that come through the doors. Through the generosity of donors like you, Grace Villa has managed to impact the lives of over 215 girls with vocational, education and mentorship programs, as well as providing refuge and accommodation for some of the at-risk girls.
Learn more about this non-profit organization here.
Concern for the Girl Child, Uganda
CGC is a Non Profit in Uganda that has partnered with several communities in Luwero, Nakaseke, Nakasongola, Wakiso, Nakawa, Rubaga, Kampala, Paliisa, Tororo, and Lira through projects and direct implementation since 2001 to create thriving lives through Education, Health and WASH, Child Care and Protection, Advocacy and Economic Livelihood through Village Savings and Loans, Agriculture and Agri-business for communities.
This work has directly impacted over 1,000 Adolescent Girls and Young Women and 40,000 Children in these communities. Learn more about CGC Uganda here.
S.O.U.L. Uganda is a non-profit based in Bujagali, Jinja in Uganda with offices in New York. This organization works with villages across Jinja and Iganga and serves over 300 students from preschool all the way to university. Student sponsorship, mentorship and vocational programs support the educational development of these children; the generosity of the donors like you has also provided a computer lab and library for the wider community. Other initiatives include women empowerment, food security and maternal health.
Learn more about SOUL Uganda here.
Queen Elizabeth Medical Foundation
Queen Elizabeth Medical Foundation (QEMF) is a Community Based Organization that has been in existence since 2018 with the mission to help the needy by adopting practical ways to root out poverty from the world through provision of health, education, and livelihood services to Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC). QEMF emphasizes more on the HIV infected and affected populations in communities near Queen Elizabeth National Park in the western part of Uganda with the aim of extending its services to the whole country and internationally.
Learn more about QEMF here.