Ways to Help
Did you know:
- Donating $20 a month sponsors education for one of our primary or secondary students for an entire year.
- There are currently approximately 2.5 million orphans in Uganda. Most of them are in need of support for education.
- Over 50% of Uganda's population is under the age of 14. By supporting education for Ugandan children you lift an entire nation out of poverty.
Organize A Fundraiser
Organize a fundraiser within your community to help support The Kikulu Foundation. Community fundraising efforts go towards supporting education for the children of Uganda. We currently work with Equal Exchange, a worker owned co-op that helps empower and support small farmers. If you are interested in fundraising we will equip you with everything you need. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Set-Up an Online Fundraiser
Would you like to run your next race for cause, dedicate your birthday, or just be your awesome self and organize a cool event where proceeds will go to benefit The Kikulu Foundation? You can now create your own fundraising page online and share your efforts with your friends. Visit The Kikulu Foundation's page on crowdrise and start your online campaign today!
Kikulu's current efforts are supported by volunteers. Are you skilled in photography or videography? Film editing, fundraising, marketing, organizing events, or any other talent you feel can help us fullfill our mission? If so, we would love to have you join our volunteer crew. Contact us to help make a difference.
Become A Part of Our Recurring Charitable Giving Community
Kikulu is dedicated to supporting education. We are currently focusing our efforts on the children of HOPE MINISTRIES, a children's orphanage in Iganga, Uganda. We've lived, worked, and held these beautiful children in our arms, and we need your support to provide quality continuing education. Pledging a recurring monthly donation of $20 or more will help support education.
join our board of directors
The Kikulu Foundation is always looking for visionaries, change makers, and dreamers to join our governing Board of Directors. We currently have a small but mighty team that brings an array of skills and perspectives to our organization. From backgrounds such as international community development, international education, accounting, marketing, start-ups, legal, non-profit management, and social entrepreneurship, The Kikulu Foundation has a support system that is passionate, diverse, and dedicated to helping end poverty through education. If you are interested in having a conversation about giving through board service, we'd love to hear from you. Please email email@example.com.