The St. Kizito Offers a Future of Hope and Promise to Many – Part 2 of 4

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The St. Kizito Offers a Future of Hope and Promise to Many – Part 2 of 4
The St. Kizito Offers a Future of Hope and Promise to Many – Part 2 of 4

The following post was written by Sempa Don who serves the St. Kizito Foundation “on the ground” in Uganda

The St. Kizito Foundation reaches out to every person regardless of their situation.  We believe in the oneness of the human family and we uphold those values that promote human dignity.

The image posted here is of myself along with Mr. Busulwa Sula (in the wheelchair) with his son and wife.  This academic year, Mr. Busulwa Sula applied for a tuition scholarship for his son, Busulwa Aahil Ken, (pictured in the red tee shirt).  I visited his home in Kyengera – a Kampala suburb - to assess his eligibility.  After a thorough assessment his son was enrolled onto our list of beneficiaries for the academic year 2017.  I feel blessed, together with all the St. Kizito family, to be able to play a part in bettering Aahil Ken’s life – and through him the lives of his family as well.  

I continue to cherish the mission and values of the Saint Kizito Foundation, as we continue to help children change their lives. Thank you to every benefactor and all the well-wishers of Saint Kizito family as we keep in solidarity, serving God’s Kingdom together!

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First born in a family of 6 children and an orphan withtout the father. Education has been a challenge and biggest problem not only with me but even the other siblings though fortunately, for my side, I received a helping hand from St. Kizito family that has enabled me attain A Level studies.

This is from which I derived my happiness and I would like to send a congratulatory message to everyone whose effort has thrown light on me through the St. Kizito’s family.

By: Topaco Godfrey

I offer my words of deep appreciation to St. Kizito Foundation that has made me see life. St. Kizito installed a fresh breath of life in the hearts of hundreds of children in Uganda.

Before meeting St. Kizito Foundation, I and many other children in Northern Uganda, comfortably in desperation, called ourselves plants amidst a forest of thorns.

By: Francis Michael Ouma