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Operation: Granny Lift a SUCCESS!

This week saw  the completion of our Operation: Granny lift project bringing a most needed lift (elevator) to a MOST special woman, Granny Graeser​.  Granny is an amazing woman!  We first met her in the Gulf Coast when we started our years of work there after Hurricane Katrina.  Granny quickly became one of our team leaders […]

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Operation: Every Kagoma Gate Child In School

TGC Projects Video Kagoma Gate Village was once considered Uganda’s poorest village!  Thanks to your support of the Giving Circle, today Kagoma Gate is transforming from a village of the most profound poverty and despair to a village of HOPE. In just 3 short years, Kagoma Gate today has: The first sanitation/pit latrines Improved food stability […]

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Code Blue Saratoga

The Giving Circle eagerly supports Code Blue Saratoga to provide the homeless with a hot meal and a warm bed on cold winter nights. Learn more about The Giving Circle’s role. Visit the Code Blue Saratoga web site.

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Waveland Honors The Giving Circle

Waveland Mississippi recently installed the above sign to recognize the work of The Giving Circle and other groups to rebuild the town following Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

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Agriculture & Farming Programs

TGCA is looking at many aspects of farming and agriculture from planting gardens, a green house project, cows, chickens, farming and other sustainable projects. We have begun the chicken program. They are thriving well.  We purchased 300 chicks to raise and to lay eggs. The Croiler chicken from India turns to be the best breed […]

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Educational Chess Program

Presently Ugandan chess coach and math teacher, Robert Katende, is teaching in the Kagoma Gate School each week driving from Kampala to Kagoma Gate Village.  Students learn all the basic fundamentals of mathematics and numeracy using the chess board and pieces to count, learn, directions, numbers, addition, multiplication and other areas of numeracy. As a […]

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