Our vision is that we don’t become just another welfare program, that we look towards sustainability and take a whole-person approach. What does this mean? This means that every child is looked at individually, and we create a package of support that meets each child’s individual needs. We believe this approach is working well.
Having started Seeds of Hope in 2012 we have expanded and grown with children now in adulthood coming off the programme successfully finding work and independence. Now, in 2020, as we continue to support our sponsored children, we are now expanding our vision to include the street kids of Kumi.
The Seeds of Hope team have a vision to have own a building and land, to put down roots and show our long-term commitment to this community. We have great dreams of seeing street children living safely, health and educational needs being met, and model farming practice being demonstrated.
The need is great in this place, and we look to see lives transformed. We believe that by empowering and helping one child at a time, they can then go on to empower and help another.
In 2018 we registered our charity here in the UK as Our Father’s Heart, and we are registered at district level in Uganda, ensuring accountability in both countries.
"For I was hungry and you gave me food to eat. I was thirsty, and you gave me a drink. I was a stranger and you invited me in. I was naked and you clothed me. I was sick and you looked after me."