About 270,000 children to date in Uganda are orphans due to HIV and other causes. Many of these children are unattached and homeless while others are being raised by underaged siblings or elderly grandparents without adequate supervision or support systems.

Our Mission

To rescue orphans, abandoned and at-risk children, provide them with safe loving foster families and offer support services to communities in need.

Foster Care

Foster parents, are people of good standing in society. We train them to identify side effects of trauma and give them child safety tools to help their foster child.

Support & Monitor

To care for children as they recover from all kinds of trauma, we make all efforts to economically and emotionally strengthen the foster family.

Emergency Rescue Homes

These are used as a temporary shelter for children as they undergo therapy, waiting to be placed with a foster family. Rescue homes also offer respite care.

Unattached Children are easy prey to child labor, human trafficking, and early marriages. Uganda orphans futures are grim and uncertain. More than half of all orphaned and unattached children in Uganda have suffered homelessness, gone without a meal a day or have been victims of sexual and physical abuse at least once in their lifetime.

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Our Core Beliefs

EVERY CHILD NEEDS A SAFE FAMILY FOR LOVE, PROTECTION, AND GROWTH.

EACH CHILD IS UNIQUE AND PLACABLE.

NO CHILD SHOULD LINGER IN AN ORPHANAGE WITHOUT A FAMILY OF HIS OR HER OWN.

FOSTER PARENTS NEED SUPPORT TO STRENGTHEN THEIR FAMILIES AND IMPROVE THEIR LIVELIHOODS.

TO RESTORE CHILDHOODS YOU NEED STRONG FOSTER FAMILIES IF YOU CAN GET THERE IN TIME.