Give the Gift

of Hope

Through

Education

Help us help over 100 slum children everyday.

even the smallest efforts

Make a BIG difference

Ray of Hope Ministries, is a small Ugandan charity that operates in the slums of Kampala. It is directed by inspirational Emily Hashima – who first started teaching slum children in her own home in 2000.

Friends of Ray of Hope raises money for all that Ray of Hope Ministries does.

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even the smallest efforts

We all need friends

We believe in hope for a shattered Ugandan community

Help us help them stand on their own feet again

Enable vulnerable children break the cycle of poverty

by providing an education they wouldn’t otherwise receive

Every penny you donate goes to the project

and benefits the children and their families – thank you

Empower underpriviledged widows & women

with medicine, life, craft, micro-business skills, love and understanding

Enable vulnerable children break the cycle of poverty

by providing an education they wouldn’t otherwise receive

Every penny you donate goes to the project

and benefits the children and their families – thank you

Empower underpriviledged widows & women

with medicine, life, craft, micro-business skills, love and understanding

emily hashima

Sowing the seeds of love

Every child who comes to the Ray of Hope School is given a free uniform, books, and a meal each day. They also have access to a social worker and medical support that would normally be out of their reach.

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Friends of Ray of Hope Uganda

REG. CHARITY NO. 1149786

Friends of Ray of Hope was founded by Milford-on-Sea couple Steve and Liz Jennings in 2007. We are a small charity that provides a school for slum children in Kampala, the Ugandan capital and supports the charity Ray of Hope Ministries and the work that they do.

Friends of Ray of Hope was founded by Milford-on-Sea couple Steve and Liz Jennings in 2007. We are a small charity that provides a school for slum children in Kampala, the Ugandan capital and supports the charity Ray of Hope Ministries and the work that they do.