Make a Difference and Sponsor a Child Today
Education is the key to escaping poverty and in rural Uganda, only 14% of children attend secondary school. Among orphans, the statistic drops even further. Sponsoring one of our students from the Good Hope Initiative will change the course of his or her life.
Education Changes Lives
A secondary school education changes lives. Your sponsorship doesn’t just change the lives of the student, but also the greater Mubende community, improving the quality of life for everyone – now and into the future. Your sponsorship will help end the cycle of poverty for the children of Good Hope and help the students transition into a future full of success, fulfillment and independence.
The children of Good Hope strive to be the first children they know to graduate from secondary school. They hope to become nurses, lawyers and accountants. With your help they can succeed.
Sponsoring a Good Hope child costs about a dollar a day
Just $450, only $1.23 a day, pays for a year’s worth of school for one of our students in Uganda. Only $450 a year breaks down to only $8.65 a week which is less than the cost of a typical lunch in NYC where EACH is based.
Make the dream of secondary school a reality for one of our children from the Good Hope Initiative. Your donation makes all the difference.
Students in need of sponsorship for 2017
Gloria is 13 years old and hopes to become a pharmacist. You can read her request for sponsorship here.
Juliet is 13 years old and hopes to become a nurse. You can read her request for sponsorship here.
Tonny is 14 years old and would like to become a doctor in the future. He’s the first boy who wishes to attend secondary school from GHI. You can read his sponsorship letter here.
Recheal is 13 years old and wants to become a lawyer. She enjoys hanging out with friends and playing netball.
Dorothy is 16 years old and wishes to become a beautician. Click here to read her sponsorship letter.
Deborah is 12 years old and wants to become an artist. To read her sponsorship letter and see a drawing of hers click here.
Josephine is 15 years old and wants to become a midwife. You can read her sponsorship letter here.
Justine is 15 years old and wants to become a teacher when she grows up. Read her sponsorship letter here.
Prossy is 13 years old and wants to become a teacher one day. She enjoys sports and reading for class.
Talemwa is 13 years old and dreams of becoming a doctor one day. She enjoys her classes and playing with her friends.
Ruth was born in 2002 and dreams of of becoming a musician. You can read her sponsorship letter here.
Christine is 13 years old and wants to become a lawyer one day.
Annet is 14 years old and wishes to become a doctor one day. You can read her sponsorship letter here.
Aisha is 16 years old and wants to become an accountant when she grows up. You can read her sponsorship letter here.