AIDS and other diseases, armed conflict, natural disasters, forced displacement and extreme poverty leave millions of children orphaned, separated, or on the brink of family breakdown. These children need and have a right to be protected and cared for.

Close to 100,000 children and their families every year benefits directly from Beacon of Hope Uganda. Through well-planned and comprehensive welfare and social support projects and livelihoods support initiatives.

Through a number of initiatives, we provide education, healthcare, social services, and basic necessities to orphans and vulnerable children in Uganda.

Our overall goal is support poor, orphans, vulnerable and marginalized children and their families, leading to improvement in their lives.

Children Healthcare Services

Children Healthcare Services

Healthcare is neither easily accessible nor affordable for many people families living in the rural, slums and semi-urban areas in Uganda. As a result, an overwhelming number of Uganda people never receive proper healthcare. Beacon [Read More]
Education Support Services

Education Support Services

Education plays the central role in escaping generational poverty. It has been estimated that for every year a child stays in school, their future earning potential increases by 10-20 percent. Unfortunately, many families in poverty [Read More]
Kids Green Projects

Kids Green Projects

It may be the grown-ups who make the decisions, but it’s the kids who will one day inherit the planet! So why aren’t kids becoming more involved in the world green movement? Basically, kids don’t [Read More]
Housing & Basic Needs Support

Housing & Basic Needs Support

Beacon of Hope Uganda through our Xtend Your Helping Hand project collects, packs and donates used children’s clothing, toys, purses, shoes and household items to help orphans and vulnerable children across the country. Xtend Your Helping [Read More]
Nutrition & Food Support

Nutrition & Food Support

Children who don’t have enough to eat cannot grow well or pay enough attention during class hours. Many of these children either die a premature death through malnutrition or walk the streets in search of [Read More]