We have some big dreams and big plans but we know that we cannot accomplish them on our own. On this page you will find many different ways in which you can get involved. Our motto is Inspire - Aspire - Empower!
Partner with us...
Partnership is the main way you can help us establish our missions work and our Upper Rooms. Your commitment to give any amount on a regular basis helps us to plan effectively and steward our resources more efficiently. In return you will receive monthly updates on our progress and our intercessors will be praying for you.
Sponsor our children
Would you consider sponsoring one of our beautiful children? Sponsorship helps us provide each of them with basic food, clothing and secure accommodation. Most of these children have experienced trauma through the loss of parents or being abandoned. We offer them hope on a daily basis through our projects. We inspire them to be the best they can be and that a difficult start in life is not a barrier to greatness. Your giving empowers the children to aspire for better things.
Give a one time gift towards our work. The items listed below outline the current needs of the ministry. It is not just about money. We collect good quality clothing, books, stationery and toys to send out to our children. We clothed four children in one family using Reward Points from Sainsbury's. Feel free to think outside the box.
The Before and after photographs
We were told there was great excitement in the village when three parcels of clothing arrived from the UK!
All clothing purchased with reward points from Sainsbury's.
From Kidderminster to Kasikombe
If you would like to donate items of clothing or other resources please contact us.
(right) the children are pictured with Kamarwe Peace, our Director for Children's Services
Healthcare per child £30/$40 pa
Feed a child for a month £15/$20
Accommodation per child £12/$15 pm
School uniform per child £35/$45
Books & stationery per child £23/$30
Costs for shipping toys/books/clothing - UK to Uganda £28/$38
We have an immediate requirement for IT equipment in Uganda and seek donation of a suitable laptop and a working mobile phone running 4G OR financial donation of any amount. Our goal is to raise £1000/$1350 to fulfil our need and run the mission project effectively.
Email email@example.com to discuss donation of items.
Volunteer with us
We have many varied needs across our missions work and administration. Perhaps you can volunteer some of your time to help us achieve our goals. If you have expertise or talent in a certain field we can probably use your help. From skills in social media to expertise or a working knowledge of accounting, education, healthcare, project management, and law to name just some of the areas we will need help. Whatever your area of interest please email firstname.lastname@example.org with an outline of where you think you may be able to help.
Get creative with us
Whatever your talent we'd like to harness it and put that creativity to work on behalf of our good causes. How can we empower you, whatever your niche?
Could you bake a cake and host a coffee morning?
Are you a fan of 'Come dine with me'? Would you and three friends take up the challenge of creating a three-course meal on a shoestring?
Are you an artist? Would you consider creating a portrait of one of our children that we could auction off?
Are you a DJ, musician or entertainer? Would you consider working with us on a fundraising event?
Maybe you are a trapeze artist, uni-cyclist or just love to crochet. We need you! Whatever your talent, the world needs to know and we'd like to help! Drop us an email at email@example.com, we would love to hear from you.
"Then the king will say to those on His right, 'Come, you who are blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world.
'For I was hungry. and you gave me something to eat; I was thirsty, and you gave me something to drink; I was a stranger, and you invited me in; naked, and you clothed me; I was sick, and you visited me; I was in prison, and you came to me.'
Matthew 25v34-35 (NASB)