Make a Difference
Our programs focus on marginalized people living in rural and semi-urban communities in Uganda with an approach of one community at a time thereby ensuring their medical care, social welfare needs, social protection, Education and life skills development to enable them become self-reliant.
Who we are
We are a Christian Nonprofit Organization that implements community level programs which help tackle underlying causes of children, youth and women’s vulnerability whilst building local capacity especially for their households. The Foundation is currently reaching out to people under these vulnerable categories in Uganda.
CLEAN & SAFE WATER
Approximately 21 percent of Ugandans do not have access to clean water, which impedes people’s ability to stay hydrated, avoid disease and cook meals. Over the years, Divine Hearts Foundation has been working in Uganda to increase the number of water facilities through the drilling of boreholes and wells where people can access clean & safe water. You are welcome to journey with us as we bring safe and clean water to the people
FEED A FAMILY
Over 19.7% of Uganda’s population live below the poverty line (WFP 2020 Rpt). Many families go 3-4 days without a meal and others with just one meal a day. With your kindness and generosity, this can change. With a gift of $50 you can feed a family for a month.
DIVINE HEARTS EDUCATION TRUST FUND
This is an annual education scholarship fund put in place for refugees and other vulnerable groups of students pursuing primary,secondary and vocational school education. The scholarship is obtained from monetary gifts given by friends, families, churches and companies all over the world and caters for tuition fees and school requirements for the student.
THE COVID 19 FUND
Divine Hearts has launched COVID-19 Emergency Relief, an initiative to provide unconditional cash payments and Basic needs to carefully targeted and qualified communities in the most vulnerable areas we serve. Unconditional cash relief will give women, & youth the dignity of using cash where they know it is most needed—healthcare, food, housing—it’s up to them.