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Our Dream . Help us accomplish it!

9:13am 6/29/16

Exactly 2 years ago we started to think and plan about our future as a charity,
We knew that with the amount of money it takes to sponsor 100 kids each month why not
put that into running our own small school and hire the best teachers.
Teachers who are kind, reliable, honest and having a child's best interest are incredibly hard to find
in a land filled with corruption and everyone is trying to survive daily they don't often put the
needs of others (especially kids ) above their own needs. But I know
somewhere out there are some teachers with kids interests in mind. Sadly a really great teacher
left one school last year . Our staff and our students really liked her and she seemed to genuinely
care about kids and helped them learn and tutored them a bit extra.
 Many schools cram students 50-100 per classroom and 
care very little about those they teach. Beating kids with sticks is also very common and we really 
want better care in general for all our kids (current and future ones). As well as better better . Cornmeal and beans daily isn't my idea of a balanced diet adding things like some meat, and vegetable soup and fruit, eggs etc 

is much more nutritional but not in the mindset of any Ugandan schools. They follow the same educational
style as was popular 50 years ago. No one bothers to thimk for themselves often and create new ideas.
Located on this beautiful land in Bujagali , Ivunamba Uganda
is where we hope to build a primary school for several hundred students.
With classrooms and an office and possibly dorms for students to live in.
Each room (office, classroom etc is typically costing $5,000
so we are asking donors to give brick by brick and bag by bag for cement.
$3 per brick and $5 per bag of cement
1000 people each giving $3 will buy our bricks
200 people giving $5 per bag of cement
will equal of $5,000. We also need around $1,000
to buy fencing and to plow thru the dirt to make a road to our school  located several hundred feet off the main road they may also need to cut down some trees and bushes giving easy access to anyone wanting to visit.  Its important to have our own school since quality education is really lacking in Uganda. Thanks for any donation you're able to give! This project will possibly take 3-5 years to complete an entire school. LETS MAKE THIS DREAM COME TRUE FOR KIDS IN UGANDA!  

NOTE : FROM START TO FINISH A SCHOOL PROJECT CAN TAKE UP TO 5 YEARS TO COMPLETE . Hopefully we can complete classes within 3 years if everyone will help us spread the word.
See our land video below!
All gifts are tax deductible. We appreciate any amount you feel led to give.


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