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Ripples Foundation reached out to the founder of Home of Hope on 12th Nov 2020, and scheduled a day for a visit to the Home. Through coordination from both teams, we were able to know the special items they would want us to carry along on our visit.
We therefore ran a three weeks campaign from which people donated an amount sum UGX 7 Million. From this, we were able to acquire all the items requested for as well as the medicines. Ripples is still running a campaign to acquire more medicines for Home of Hope as these are the most essential items in this home.
Tony was a smart and hardworking man who conducted himself professionally among his colleagues and bosses. As an immediate supervisor, Tony and Diane became very good friends. Later on in 2017, Tony took ill and started to decline in his performance.
As a routine, Diane followed up to know why and he disclosed to her that he had gotten some health issues but he was seeking medical treatment and he would be fine.
The official visit to Jaja Flora’s home took place on 27/06/2020, where The Ripples Foundation and a number of other individuals had a real interaction with Jaja Flora and her children.
Jaja Flora started this project with her late husband and has been taking care of orphaned and abandoned children for about forty years. She says with the support of well-wishers and great companies like Airtel Uganda, she has been able to support these children, provide them with an education, and groom them into amazing adults.
On 16th February 2020, Diane KWESIGA visited Loving Hearts Babies Home which is located in Munyonyo in Kampala district.
This home receives 40 to 80 of these vulnerable babies every year.
Some are reunited with extended families or local families willing to raise them. In addition, many of these children have been adopted by Christian families through our international partnerships. Loving Hearts Babies Home was founded in 2004 and currently serve as temporary care-giver to 30 children, fulfilling the scriptural mandate to care for orphans in their distress (James 1:27).
During the COVID-19 lockdown, Kwesiga has been giving food to families and individuals
During the COVID-19 lockdown, Kwesiga has been helping families and individuals to put food on thetable.
“I have rendered a hand with my family through small tokens of financial support and deliveries as the need arose. We mostly did this in our neighbourhood in Munyonyo,” she says
Story by: SUNDAYVISION August 23, 2020 P27