Chess Certificate Awards!
It was every special day in Kagoma Gate Friendship School the other day. The pupils received their certificates in recognition for their participation in 2014 chess class! From our TGCA Leader, Moses: My gratitude go to you all who are making this possible. In a special way I wish to point out Anna , Marisa ,Robert […]Continue reading
Dr. Victoria’s Books for Busoga
The Giving Circle Busoga School, Uganda “A room without books is like a body without a soul.” — Marcus Tullius Cicero Pictured here is a wooden school that was ravaged by termites and harsh conditions. This school will be rebuilt out of brick, but without books to feed the young minds of its students, it will […]Continue reading
Rosie Grant: A New Playground
Joy for the children of Jinja Women’s Prison! “Children need the freedom and time to play. Play is not a luxury. Play is a necessity.” — Kay Redfield Jamison professor of psychiatry Each year, The Giving Circle though the Rosie Grant, work to improve the lives and living conditions of the woman and children of the […]Continue reading
TGCA Sewing Guild
The Sewing Guild was started in the summer of 2013 in the Ugandan sugar cane village of Wiraka. It is one of the poorest communities in Uganda. The Giving Circle Africa funds the startup of projects in this village and another sugar cane village, Kagoma Gate, with the goal of improving the lives of all […]Continue reading
Kagoma Gate Nutrition Program Update
A note from Moses: Hi Good news is that news of school feeding has begun to pay off already as classroom space and seats are already in shortage and the anticipated developments are going to address the needs, bravo Keenan kids and The giving circle for the excellent partnership. Happy valentine!!!! Moses The attendance the […]Continue reading
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 […]Continue reading