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Celebrating Empowerment: 120 Youths Graduate from Kyetume CBHC's Vocational Program.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to the 120 young individuals who recently graduated from our partner organization, Kyetume CBHC, during its 15th graduation ceremony. These graduates have been expertly trained in a diverse range of vocational skills, providing them with a strong foundation for their future endeavors.

We would like to express our gratitude to the Stephen Lewis Foundation and Parenthood for their generous sponsorship of this transformative program. Their support has been instrumental in fostering the growth and development of our communities.

In unity, we find our strength. We wish all the graduates continued success and commend our sponsors for their commitment to uplifting and empowering the next generation.

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United in Compassion
 

The Heart-Wrenching Tale of a Family in Distress

A Plea for Compassion:

The Struggle of a Single Mother and Her Visually Impaired Daughters.

In conditions unimaginable to many, Joyce, a single mother, and her two visually impaired daughters, Juliet and Pheobe, are engaged in a daily struggle for survival. Living in circumstances that challenge the very limits of human endurance, this family's plight has touched the hearts of those who have witnessed it firsthand.

One day, moved by their story, our team organized an outreach initiative to assess how we could assist Joyce and her daughters. However, nothing could have prepared us for the reality we encountered. The severity of the situation was overwhelming, leaving every member of our team, regardless of age or gender, in tears. The stark truth of their hardship was a poignant reminder of the disparities that exist in our world.

 

We invite you to watch the video below, which offers a glimpse into the challenges faced by Joyce and her daughters as they strive to carve out a semblance of normalcy in their lives. We believe that collective effort can bring about change, and we welcome anyone who feels compelled to join us in offering support to this resilient family.

Together, we can make a difference and bring hope to Joyce, Juliet, and Pheobe. Your compassion can be the catalyst for change in their lives.

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A Call to Action: Standing With Families in Need

All too often, vulnerable children and their families find themselves overlooked or, worse, abandoned by society. In these trying circumstances, the perseverance and strength demonstrated by parents is both commendable and heart-wrenching.

PSM Charity would like to extend heartfelt gratitude to Madam Ikole Joyce, a resilient mother who has faced immense struggles while steadfastly supporting her children. Her journey is a testament to the unwavering power of a parent's love, even in the direst situations.

Yet, it is crucial to acknowledge that this story is not isolated. Numerous families in various communities grapple with similar adversities, often without receiving the attention or aid they so desperately need. It begs the question: If we don't extend our hand in support, then who will?

Let us unite in our efforts to provide solace and assistance to these families. By doing so, we can bring a glimmer of hope to those who may feel forgotten. It is our collective responsibility to manifest our compassion into action, making life not just a matter of survival but a canvas of hope and possibilities.

Join us in this mission to uplift and transform the lives of families like Madam Ikole Joyce's and many others. Together, let's ensure that no family is left to struggle alone and that our sincere love brings hope and positive change to communities.

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Love is Love

We Love the Forgotten Ones, Do you?

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Bryan and sisters

We Love the Forgotten Ones, Do you?

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Family

We Love the Forgotten Ones, Do you?

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Sam

We Love the Forgotten Ones, Do you?

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Grace

We Love the Forgotten Ones, Do you?

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Hello

We Love the Forgotten Ones, Do you?

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Ruth

We Love the Forgotten Ones, Do you?

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Sorry

We Love the Forgotten Ones, Do you?

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A you sure

We Love the Forgotten Ones, Do you?

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Look

We Love the Forgotten Ones, Do you?

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Grace

We Love the Forgotten Ones, Do you?

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This is the problem

We Love the Forgotten Ones, Do you?

Brother and sisters

Brother and sisters

We Love the Forgotten Ones, Do you?

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Happiness

We Love the Forgotten Ones, Do you?

Join Us

Join Us

We Love the Forgotten Ones, Do you?

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Fostering Education: A Beacon of Hope for Vulnerable Children in Lwamata

 

In a heartwarming gesture of support and solidarity, educational materials were recently donated to 200 vulnerable children in Lwamata town council, located in the Kiboga District. This initiative aimed to ensure that every child, regardless of their circumstances, has access to the resources they need to pursue their education and build a brighter future.

We would like to extend our deepest gratitude to our generous local donors, including Mr. Zikusooka of Royikems Industries Ltd, and all others who contributed to making this initiative a success. Their philanthropy has made a significant impact in the lives of these children, providing them with tools that can open doors to opportunities and learning.

These donations serve as a crucial reminder that every child deserves a chance to learn and grow, and that by supporting their education, we are investing in the future of our communities.

We sincerely thank each donor for joining this noble cause and for remembering those who are often overlooked. May your continued efforts to care for others be blessed.

Together, let's continue to uplift the spirit of community and ensure that no child is left behind in the pursuit of education and a hopeful future.

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GOOD SHEPHERD

SUPPORT CENTER

Empowering Communities: Fostering Hope and Progress in Lwamata

Situated in the heart of Lwamata Town Council, Kiboga District, our Community-Based Organization (CBO) is dedicated to nurturing improved livelihoods and instilling a sense of hopeful optimism among community members.

Vision:
Our vision is to cultivate an environment where individuals can experience an enhanced quality of life, characterized by joy and hope.

Mission:
We are committed to laying the foundation for a brighter future, both in the present and for generations to come. Our mission centers on uplifting the hopes and values of children and humanity as a whole.

Core Values:

  • Compassion: We approach our work with empathy and understanding.

  • Education: We prioritize knowledge as a catalyst for empowerment and change.

  • Stewardship: We responsibly manage resources to maximize our impact.

  • Partnership: We believe in the strength of collaboration and community engagement.

  • Caring: We are dedicated to nurturing the well-being of every individual we serve.

By adhering to these principles, we strive to foster a community where every member can thrive and look forward to a future filled with promise and potential.

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Fostering Hope Together: Good Shepherd Support Center and PSM Charity

The Good Shepherd Support Center proudly collaborates with PSM Charity, an NGO, in a united effort to uplift the lives of needy children, orphans, vulnerable individuals, single mothers, the impoverished, and the disabled. Together, we embody our mission and core values – compassion, education, stewardship, caring, and partnership – to make a meaningful difference.

Your support can bring hope: just USD 100 can transform lives. Join us in making life hopeful.

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