We are less than a week away from our Virtual Gala! Like every year, there’s still a lot to do and the nervous yet excited butterflies have returned to my stomach. A lot has changed this year, but one thing about our Gala that hasn’t is that we ask you to follow the lead of […]
This week’s Feature Friday looks a little bit different. I have been talking for a couple weeks now about our upcoming Gala on October 29th and reminiscing about the event over the years. But now, I want to focus with you on the present and the needs you will help us meet this year. COVID-19 has forced a massive […]
This weekend, Sister Schools staff kicked off our distributions with food at our partners Ntawo Primary School and Kiyunga Islamic Primary School. Concert supporters provided over 5,000 meals to students and their families! While those who live in rural settings are able to provide for themselves and their communities through small-scale farming and family gardens, […]
Unbelievable! We are so grateful and ecstatic to announce that we surpassed our goal to raise $7,000 for the Mukono Boarding School Dormitory Project! What an amazing feeling. We have definitely Started the New Year Right! THANK YOU to all of our donors and to those who helped spread the word about this urgent need! Together […]
One of the reasons we’ve maintained our partnership with Mukono Primary School over the years is the commitment of school leadership and staff to continually improve the standards of the school. Never content to accept the status quo, they’re always looking to maximize their impact on their students. Over the years, we’ve assisted with several […]
It’s here! Today is the beginning of our Start The New Year Right Campaign. Through the end of this month we have the opportunity to make a difference for hundreds of children at Mukono Day & Boarding School, a longtime Sister Schools partner in Uganda. We first visited Mukono Day & Boarding School in the […]
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