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June 2

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Kakuuma’s story of hope

Kakuuma’s story of hope

Kakuuma was dumped on the dustbin near the hospital of Iganga when he was nine months.

He was unwell, and maggots had started eating his flesh.

After he got treated in the hospital, he went to St Philomena Babies Home. When he turned five years old, he was transferred to St Mugagga Boys home for care and protection and education.

Now, Kakuuma is grown up and doing much better.  We have helped him to get training and be ready to provide for himself after leaving our care when he graduates, and he will be able to sustain himself with agricultural training.

Today we have between 60 to 70 boys under our care. Our hope is to help get these children into safe and loving families.

Will you consider supporting our work to help more children?

Donate … And change a child’s life immediately.

You can change lives and provide the hope and love of Christ and families by supporting the transformative work of St. Mugagga. And 100 percent of your gift goes directly to the children and families we serve.

We know that children have the best chance to thrive when they grow up in a family. That’s why we’re committed to strengthening families and helping keep them together.

  • St. Mugagga Foster Care, which matches some of the most vulnerable children with loving families.
  • St. Mugagga Hope Center that provides services to strengthen the entire family physically, mentally, and spiritually.
  • St. Mugagga Kinship Care, where extended families take care of children whose parents have died or abandoned them,

These Families receive financial support, food, school allowance, health care, and parenting coaching from our staff.

Click here to donate today.

 


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