Join Tyler in support of [SOUP]’s Secure Education in Uganda Campaign
Help me bless the [SOUP] with the funds to provide a safe learning environment for its children!
The Sponsorship of Orphans in Uganda Project [SOUP] was started to build a better future for the children of Uganda, and today, I am looking to further achieve that goal. Help us build a better equipped and more secure learning environment for these children, so they can have access to the knowledge and tools they need to help build and protect their community.
As someone who has worked directly with the [SOUP], I can testify to their mission and the impact that they have on their small community in Uganda. The volunteers and employees within the [SOUP] truly have a passion for their work and the change they inspire in Uganda. By donating into the program, you are further supporting this programs and the vision this organization has: to give a future to Uganda’s children who didn’t have the means to do so.
Your donations help improve the school’s current carrying capacity and quality of learning, allowing more students to partake in the education programs the [SOUP] offers. You also help protect the students by assisting the [SOUP] in building a new security fence around the facility, to ensure that the parents can send their kids to school without having to worry about their child’s safety.
By helping me meet my goal of raising $250, you equip a child in Uganda with something few children in the region ever receive: the freedom to learn, question, and understand the world around them in a way that enables and encourages them to pursue success.
About the SOUP
The SOUP empowers children in Namtumba, Uganda through education, holistic care and micro-financing initiatives. By entrusting them with meaningful work experiences and providing 360 degrees of support through nutrition, education and health care, we hope to empower the children of Uganda to become entrepreneurial-minded and move towards sustained future employment for themselves and their community.
Check out our Website: http://theafricansoup.org/