SPONSOR A CHILD

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Faith's Story 

Meet Aanyu Faith. We first met Faith and her mother when she attended an outreach clinic back in 2019. She was given the diagnosis of Brittle Bone Disease (Osteogenesis Imperfecta). A bright little girl, she was clever enough to hold a pen and draw. Her elder siblings had even taught her how to write the alphabet when they came home from school. She was desperate to attend school with them, but was unable due to her physical restrictions. An ordinary wheelchair would not have been safe enough for her to use, so the charity arranged for a special chair to be sent from Kampala. The chair arrived and was adapted to fit Faith's specific needs. The team also paid for her to receive a new mattress which she shared with her mother and siblings - as prior to this, she was sleeping on the earth. Ruth and her team continued to monitor Faith's progress and encouraged her desire to attend school. In January 2022 at the age of 10 she started school in Soroti, together with essential school supplies such as pencils, books, clothes and a mattress which were paid for by KCF. We are now looking for a sponsor to help cover her school fees going forward. If you would be interested in finding out more please email kumicomfound@yahoo.com

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And Many, Many Others ...

Faith isn't the only child returning to school for the first time. January is actually the start of the academic year in Uganda - and in October 2021 President Yoweri Museveni announced that schools would reopen on 10th January 2022, two years after they were closed due to the pandemic. Here are some other children whose school fees and academic equipment are sponsored by kind donations to the KCF education fund...

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  • A sponsor may choose to support a recipient fully or partially in their education / training.  

  • In the case of part sponsorship, the sponsor can specify how much they wish to pay either as an annual lump sum retrospectively or as a monthly / quarterly standing order.

  • A sponsor may terminate the sponsorship agreement at any time without notice. 

  • A sponsor may, if that is their wish, contribute to KCF general funding for education/training without being linked to a recipient.

If you would be interested in sponsoring a child’s education please contact our secretary by sending an email to kumicomfound@yahoo.com

for more information.

Please feel free to email without obligation to proceed.

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