Springs Alive Children's Center offers needy children and orphans displaced by war or disease to live in a nurturing environment with an emphasis on education. We are a non-profit organization seeking to gain financial support for our programs and to establish a global awareness of the plight of our children and other's like them in Uganda.
Did you know that all we ask our Primary
Seven candidates to bring to school for a full week of meals is 3kgs of flour,
2 kilograms of beans, 5 tomatoes and half a kilogram of sugar. Would you be
surprised if we told you that we have students at our school who cannot even
afford to bring this every week? Yet this is too little compared to what
other institutions ask.
We have children at our school who
are suffering from a wide variety of problems that they really should not have
to deal with at their age. Some have been abandoned and others simply suffer
from poverty. Our Children have a number of various problems they face in their homes,
while on their way to school, they tend to suffer a lot and start thinking as
Our organization is stretched to
the limit looking after these children who are all dear to our hearts. We
cannot turn them away – they simply have no-where else to turn. We have always
tried to give out to some few: clothes, free meals, uniforms, although most
times we get stuck, given our limited means! Some children lack where to stay
& no one takes care, while others have been threatened with harm.
We are appealing to everyone to
please help us rescue and take care of these young children. They are in need of
a place to stay and someone to pay their school fees among other things.
Thank you for having a good heart for Springs Alive
Thanks also for being a man of your word!
Over 20 Brethren from Christ Embassy church came at our
school on 21st April 2014 as they had promised and we had a great memorable
moment in time with them.
The children were very happy even as they listened to Pastor
Lydia share reviving words of hope and while each child was given a cup of
juice to drink and a piece of bread to eat that these visitors brought for them.
We posted some pictures on ourFacebookpage.
Other items they carried with them for us included; sugar,
maize flour, blue band, beans, rice, cooking oil, superget, exercise books,
pens and devotional books.
We are so grateful for this cooperation and we request you
carry it forward to bear more fruits.
We also thank the Brethren from Christ Embassy Church for
having taken the bold initiative and visited us to see how we are doing at
Springs Alive Community School, the children keep asking us when you are coming
back, although we don’t yet have a definite answer?