Archive for the ‘Donation Distributions’ Category

Distribution of Bluebonnet Hills Sponsored Basic Needs to the Elderly and Widows

IMG_20191223_135830A total of 88 elderly people and widows were reached to with Humanitarian Basis needs donated by Bluebonnet Hills of Austin, Texas, USA. The distribution was managed by Kikandwa Rural Communities Development Organization (KIRUCODO). One of the major problems faced by elderly people here in Uganda is lack of access to basic needs due to poverty. Things like: soap, salt, sugar, and food are greatly needed by elderly people and widows living in rural communities of Uganda. We thank our long term partners (Bluebonnets Hills) for supporting our Elderly Support Program for over 8 years now. Below is what happened in photos.

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Distribution of Bluebonnet Humanitarian Support to the Elderly in Kikandwa Village

IMG_1441Last Friday (14Dec2018) in Kikandwa Villages,  we managed to reach out to a total of 80 elderly people and widows with Humanitarian basic material assistance from Bluebonnet Hills Christian Church of Austin Texas USA. Bluebonnet has been extending such assistance to a number of elderly people for more than six years now. Below in photos is how the exercise went.

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Pens Donation Distribution to Bunakijja Church of Uganda Primary School (from Mr. David Dartnall of UK, Ms. Joyce Young of USA and Pens for Kids of Dublin, Ireland)

IMG_0136Last Friday on 06 July 2018, we distributed pens donated from Mr. David Dartnall of UK, Ms. Joyce Young of USA and Pens for Kids of Dublin, Ireland to pupils of Bunakijja Church of Uganda Primary School. Below are some of the photos taken during the distribution.

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Another Pen Donation from David Dartnall of United Kingdoms

IMG_9960Last week, we received a packet of donated pens from Mr. David Dartnall of United Kingdom. Again, the pens are going to be distributed this week to one of the poorest rural primary school in Mukono District. Watch this space for more updates. Thank you

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Donation of Pens from Pens for Kids Charity of Dublin, Ireland

IMG_9969Some days back we received a packet of donated pens from Pens for Kids Charity of Dublin, Ireland. The pens are going to be distributed this week to one of the poorest rural primary school in Mukono District. Watch this space for more updates. Thank you

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Distribution of Humanitarian Assistance to the Elderly and Widows in Kikandwa Villages

IMG_9536Today 25th May 2018 from 11:00am, we have reached out to over 60 elderly and widows in Kikandwa villages with basic humanitarian assistance. This assistance was donated by Bluebonnet Christians of Austin, Texas USA under the leadership of Dr. Landon. The donation comprised of: Soap, Sugar, Salt, Match boxes, Tea leaves and maize flour.

On the other note, we congratulate Dr. Landon for his PHD award and we pray to God to continue blessing Him.

God Bless you all

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Thank you Ms. Joyce Young for the Packet of Pens

IMG_7803We thank you Ms. Joyce Young for the Packet of assorted pens you sent to our Organization. The pens will be distributed to school children once schools reopen up for 2018 academic year.

We don’t know you and we are not sure if you are on any of our online platforms! If any member on here knows her, please pass on this communication to her so to be able to know that we received her donation and we are very much grateful for her big and caring heart. Lastly, you are all welcome to support our Education Program.

Distribution of Scholastic Material Donation to over 300 pupils of Sittankya Primary School.

Good4Children attending school in Rural Communities of Uganda face a great number of challenges like: lack of materials to use at school, lack of food, walking long distances, lack of clean and safe water, among others.

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Reaching out to poor rural community schools with scholastic materials is one of the key activities of Kikandwa Rural Communities Development Organization (KIRUCODO).

On 25th October 2017, we reached out to over 300 children of Sittankya Primary School with scholarship materials like: Pens, Pencils, Exercise Books and Mathematical Geometry Sets. This donation was sponsored by Bluebonnet Hills Christian Church of Austin Texas under the leadership of Pastor Landon.

Lastly, we still need more support and feel free to contact us with a donation of any kind and we shall be able to reach out to as many needy schools as possible.

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Distribution of Humanitarian Basic Needs to the Elderly in Kikandwa

MainOver 90% of elderly people in Uganda live in rural communities. About 2% of them can afford to provide for themselves in terms of food and other basic needs for life. Life for majority of the elderly is generally bad and a need for constant supply of material is very important. The following are majorly needed: Soap, Sugar, Salt, Paraffin, Food, Beddings, Match Boxes, etc.

On 18th October, 2017, we reached out to over 60 elderly people in Kikandwa with basic needs donated by Bluebonnet Hills Christian Church under the leadership of Pastor Landon. The material distribution was managed by Kikandwa Rural Communities Development Organization (KIRUCODO). Watch Video

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BLUEBONNET HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE TO DROUGHT-AFFECTED KIBIRIBIRI ELDERY, WIDOWS AND CHILDREN

img_20170111_130810Yesterday we distributed humanitarian basic needs to the elderly and widows of Kibiribiri villages here in Uganda.
We usually reach OUT to the most needy with humanitarian basic needs in life. Here in Uganda we are hit by serious drought with no hope of serious crop harvest in the near future. Families especially in rural communities survive on only a simple meal everyday and others survive on tree leaves.
Thank you BLUEBONNET for supporting our Humanitarian food assistance to the elderly, children and widows.
We still need food assistance to reach out to the most affected communities. Thank you

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