Let’s help Kyampisi Childcare Ministries run a
Mentorship Camp for sponsored students!
Donate to the KCM Mentorship Camp
With your support, we can help Kyampisi Childcare Ministries run a Mentorship Camp for sponsored students!
In April this year, Kyampisi Childcare Ministries (KCM) would love to run a Mentorship Camp for all sponsorship students who are graduating from Primary School, Secondary School or Tertiary studies – a total of 36 students. In celebrating their achievements, the graduates will have the opportunity to enjoy a three day mentorship camp aimed at empowering them as they work towards new goals.
For three days, the students will participate in mentorship sessions on topics including:
- career guidance
- spiritual empowerment
- maintaining positive mental health
- developing effective habits and healthy relationships
- and of course, there’ll also be fun games, activities and sports during the camp!
Will you help KCM raise the remaining funds needed to make this mentorship camp happen?
$3000 US dollars is needed so that all 36 students can be a part of this exciting opportunity. With your support, we can empower the next generation! Thank you in advance for changing the lives of those who so desperately deserve to be supported.
It sounds barbaric, but right now, there is a child being hunted by a witch doctor in rural Uganda. These children are often murdered as part of a spiritual sacrifice. But there’s hope because ministries such as KCM are stamping out this evil practice and bringing healing to these children.
Who are Kyampisi Childcare Ministries (KCM)?
KCM provide educational opportunities for the underprivileged and most vulnerable children in Kyampisi, Uganda. Their school has a 92% pass rate which is the best performance in the region for the past three years! An estimated 70% of families in the communities around Kyampisi cannot afford to send their children to school so funds are always needed.
For children who come from disadvantaged families, access to quality education may mean the difference between a lifetime of hardship or becoming a successful and productive member of society. It opens up the opportunity for equal and fair access to decent employment, salaries and healthy and sustainable livelihoods.
Who has sponsored the KCM kids?
Various international sponsors in Australia and the USA, as well as those sponsored by KCM.