to improve the health, education and welfare of people suffering through disease, war and poverty in Uganda.
************* Please Donate £3 by texting the words…CARE38£3 ….to the number70070……and support 2000 Children in the Molly & Paul Childcare Foundation……….Text ……… CARE38£3 ………..to 70070 *******
Pearl of Africa Child Careis a UK based charity whose main activity is raising funds for the six schools and homes run by the Molly and Paul Child Care Foundation – a Ugandan non-government organisation which provides education, food, shelter and healthcare to orphaned and destitute children in the Kampala and Masaka districts.
To improve the health, education and welfare of people suffering through disease, war and poverty in Uganda.
– advance the education of families – provide resources for schools – support children through their education – provide resources and education to improve health, nutrition & Care – promote and encourage sustainable projects.
Who we are:
The charity is run by a board of trustees and supported by a number of volunteers across the UK.
Anyone can apply to be a member and we are always looking for new volunteers to share their skills.
If you are interested please contact us – We’d Love to hear from you!
If you are in Shrewsbury area, get down to the Darwin pub in Sutton Farm and join in with the darts tournament. Register at 12pm if you want to play. In the evening is a karaoke 🎤 and disco. Mr Tee and his popular ice cream van will be there 🍦 A fun packed day! 😀 All monies raised go direct to Pearl of Africa Childcare ... See MoreSee Less
"When girls are educated, their countries become strong and more prosperous" - Michelle Obama
On International Women's Day 2017 we give thanks to all our donors for ensuring hundreds of young girls and women in Uganda have access to education.
We give thanks that we are working in partnership with a forward thinking organisation in Uganda, that recognises the impact women in leadership positions can have on inspiring the next generation of smart, ambitious young women to aim high.
[ 📷 - Champion winning Girls Football Team from New Kabaale Busega Primary School] ... See MoreSee Less