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Help one of the kids attend School!!!

The kids need to go to school.
They hope to join the Christian Upliftment School in Kamapala, Uganda
but in order to do that they need people to sponsor them for only
$30 a year! If they cannot find a sponsor then they would have to attend a government school for $15 a year. Won't you consider donating at least $1 or $5
to these kids. Some of kids are pictured below.
Their names are Ronald, Vivian, Maria & Julianna all age 12.
to find out more. Post a Comment if you have any questions!

UPDATE!!! 4/20/09 4:44pm

Thanks to a donor in Texas these 4 kids, Ronald, Maria, Vivian and Juliana
will be able to attend school! I will be adding photo of the other 10 kids who
still need school fees soon! Thanks to those who have donated so far!!!


  1. IS this Christian upliftment kids? I have 6 spnosor children through that org and I love it! you are doing a great job!
    God bless you!

  2. They are from an orphanage near there.
    I hope they will someday attend Cu but right
    now they will try to go to
    a government school.
    If you would like to sponsor a child for $5 per term or $15 a year then you can
    be their pen pal. The 1st photos are of Ronald & Juliana they still need a sponsor and pen pal.
    I will also be selling handmade necklaces
    from the kids soon. They will cost around $5-$10 if you are interested!


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