Training and disciplining our community to be self-sustainable and responsible.
Few schools in Uganda provide a Christian education for children and the needs of the community.
We address both.
opportunities for support
“Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.”
We aim to…
- Offer children of struggling families care-free education as we equip them to be sustainable
- Be good stewards of our parents and community by creating “sustainable fishermen”
- Train parents with skills that will allow them to have the freedom, honor, and dignity to meet their family’s needs independent of sponsors
- Grow our school’s influence and impact in our community
Families that are struggling financially will have the opportunity to participate in one of our community collaboration projects which will, in turn, yield benefits for our children, school and community.
For $35 a month, you can sponsor a child and help support their family. Your sponsorship provides a student with Bible-based education, school uniform, basic medical care, a family Bible and family discipleship. You will also receive child updates via letters and pictures.
For $50 a month, you can support community collaboration projects to help our parents. Your donation gives parents agricultural and vocational skills as well as small business loans and discipleship to help them sustain their families. You will receive personal correspondence and updates.
For $100 a month, you can support on-going school building projects to help us impact our community on a larger scale. Your donation allows us to purchase additional land, build more classrooms up to the secondary (high school) level, develop our current grounds and train our teachers. You will receive website recognition and school updates.
Parents who are struggling to pay their child’s school fees will be offered opportunities to learn sustainable vocational skills. We offer partnership opportunities where parents are managed and trained by a professional allowing them to gain skills areas like organic gardening. Consequently, the garden will provide food for our students. In the future, we will add tailoring, piggery and poultry rearing.