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It has been and it is still a long journey to establish our girls' safe center. But with the help of our donors, sponsors, volunteers and prayer warriors, we keep going.  THANK YOU AGAIN AND AGAIN.

After we roofed and closed our first house, we decided to take in the most vulnerable girls. Fourteen girls now stay at the center when schools close.

In 2023 we embarked on clearing the land to construct the much needed field for the community activities including the Basket Balancing Races and events that can generate funds to support the center.

 

We waited for the tractors from the city for 6 months. We finally got them in December 2023 and the work began. Check out our progress in the video.

SITEAW 2023 PROGRESS

SITEAW 2023 PROGRESS

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Our Education & Safe Center for our girls and women in Uganda as well as base of operations for volunteers is now in progress!

You can be a part of our Education & Safe Center by joining the Bricklayer Society.  Donate $500 and get your name on our endowment wall of the Center.

                                

THANK YOU SO MUCH!

A big thank you to all our Brick Layers Society, sponsors donors, and volunteers, for extending your hands to get us this far. On the 17th of December 2022, we opened our first SITEAW Center building. Our vulnerable girls now have a roof over their heads. They are still sleeping on the floor, but that is way better than not having where to stay. 

This year (2023) 8 volunteers from the USA will traveled to the Center to offer programs that can prepare our girls for the future. We can't thank them enough.

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       SITEAW HOUSE OPENING!

     VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

​As we are a nonprofit organization, this program cannot exist without volunteers.  Volunteers are needed to not only organize fundraising but connect girls in the program to sponsors and donors.  

Volunteers are given the opportunity to travel to Uganda and Kenya during our annual field trip.  On the ground volunteers will be recruiting and training the participants in the Basket Balancing Races.