Aside from the education program, the other PARAMOUNT project we have is the basic home needs program. These two programs take up the BULK of our revenue, and the basic home needs may be, by far, the most important and critical one. We go door to door, and meet with the families we serve. They welcome us into their homes and cook for us. They tell us their problems, we pray for them, share the word of God, and offer counsel. The basic premise of this program is feeding the widows, single moms, and the fatherless. We buy in bulk, maize flour, sugar, rice, cooking oil, soap, bread, spices, and toilet paper; then it is all portioned according to the number of families. The day or weekend consists of spending time with these families, talking and praying, and leaving these gifts with them.

We do what we can with what little we have and there is faith and hope that more money will come in to serve and impact these little ones at a greater magnitude in the near future. When the covid shutdown affected Uganda (which, it still is), we launched a campaign to raise funds for a basic home needs weekend (thats what these pictures are from), to help families affected by the shutdown (mentioned above).

As you learn about the various projects and programs we are engaged in, you will see the undertaking. They are good works, but the problem, like with everything else, is money. We have high ambitions, and if the proper funding came through, many many widows and orphans and struggling families can recieve what they need to live comfortably. Please consider donating to Resurrection of Hope Uganda, either one time, or on a recurring monthly cycle. It can be as little as $10 a month, as little goes a LONG way there. You can visit and click the donate button, or you can click the yellow donate button below.

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