Friday, October 29, 2010

Christmas in Kibaale

Kibaale Special Gifts
2010 Christmas Donations List!!

Every Donation of $10 or more will receive a charitable tax donation receipt.

100% of your gift goes directly to Kibaale.

Special Gifts can be given throughout the year. You can designate them to a specific child or mark it for "where most needed". You can designate a special gift to a child or give a $ amount to "items most Needed" and our Kibaale staff will purchase the necessary items. Donate now on-line through our website using PayPal!!

Should you wish to have your Kibaale Sponsor Child receive your special gift before Christmas, a donation needs to be given by Thursday November 25th.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Dessert Night

Last week we got some really cute video of these two Primary classes singing a few songs!! You can see some of the video, pictures, and an update on the projects going on in Kibaale at the Dessert Night held at Pacific Academy School this evening!! Click HERE for details. 

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Sponsor a Vocational Student

 A few of the girls in the catering program in Kibaale.
The vocation program in Kibaale is over two years and the students study in catering, carpentry or tailoring; they also have english studies. We currently have 18 vocational students that are in need of sponsors. It is $35(CDN) per month and EVERY cent goes directly to the students education or medical expenses!!

You can see the students at Here are a couple off the website that you can see right now!!

Name: Kayinga Joseph
Born: March 11, 1996
Health: Good
Class: Vocational Carpentry 1st Year
Favorite Activity: Soccer
Chores: Digging in the garden
Family: Joseph lives with his Grandparents. He has 4 sisters and 1 brother. Joseph's parents both passed away. His Grandparents are quite old and are unable to support Joseph and his siblings. They are unable to pay for his school fees.
 Name: Nabyeganja Margret

Born: August 8, 1995
Health: Good
Class: Vocational Catering 1st Year
Favorite Activity: Netball
Chores: Digging in the garden
Family: Margret lives with both of her parents. She has 3 brothers and 5 sisters. Margret's parents farm on their land, but the land they have is very small and does not produce much money. It is their only source of income and it is not to care for their large family.


We have received our first harvest from our Tilapia Farm and will be selling the fish locally!! The staff and students were very excited to use this as a field trip for the kids and teach the students about fish and farming!!