Featured Projects:

  1. Smile Africa Orphanage & School

    Help us raise funds to build an orphanage and new school located onsite for the children of Senyange village, Uganda. For many the school has been a refuge, providing the only meal they will receive for the day. At night the school transforms into a small orphanage for about 45 children. Unfortunately many children are turned away because of limited space. The new school will make room for 300 students and the orphanage for over a 100 children.
    $8,170.00 donated
  2. “I have a dream” Project

    Project Change is collaborating with Friends of Street Kids and Orphans Foundation (FOSKOF), to help build a facility in Kampala rescuing street children from the slums. In Uganda, a majority of children grow up in the slums or on the streets as orphans, some as young as two years old. Uganda has no government infrastructure or program to help care for these abandoned children. Instead local church members try to help, despite their limited resources and one of the biggest challenges facing street children are the unjustifiable arrests and detentions by local police officers, which often result in severe beatings and sexual assaults. Due to the overwhelming demand, Friends of Street Children "FOSKOF", in cooperation with local churches, have set out to build a community center to serve as a permanent solution for removing these children from the streets.
    $50.00 donated of $25,000.00 goal
  3. “Tomorrow is Today” Project (Rwanda)

    Aime, the project manager for “Tomorrow is Today” was born in the village of Nyamitaba in the Democratic Republic of Congo. He lived together with his parents and nine siblings. When conflict and violence arose in his village in 2007, Aime’s family was viciously murdered; he and one of his younger brothers were the only survivors. As a result, he fled to seek refuge in the neighboring country of Uganda. He was homeless for two years and thereafter lived in a refugee camp in Uganda. It is there that Aime met a group of other refugee children who rapidly became his family. Aime received resettlement through Hais; however, Aime did not want to abandon the other children. He promised them that he would always look out for them from the United States; and so he did. Aime, using his own money, started the construction of a small school and orphanage in Rwanda. It is here that he teaches them not to lose hope and always reminds them that just as he did, they could also have a promising future. This projected was funded on the premise of providing a safe home for refugee children and with hopes of increasing assistance to those in need. Project Change has partnered with Aime in completing the construction of the school and orphanage, integrating a school curriculum with a focus on trade, bringing medical assistance to the children most of whom have HIV, and launching a program that will ensure the school will become self-sufficient and sustainable through farming and land cultivation.
    $0.00 donated


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