Helping Orphans

A 26 year old friend who had been running a business for five years while raising money for worthwhile causes around the world, found herself bankrupt after her business plans went awry. What did she do? She decided to volunteer in Uganda to assist at Watoto Baby Bullrushes home, to nurture children abandoned due to AIDS or other hardships – who are then placed in caring homes. She recently received some money to help with her own living expenses and immediately purchased 100 exercise books for school children who had none.

felicity holding a baby

I’m glad to know people like Felicity. And I’m glad I can read about her adventures and comment on photos through her blog and Facebook.

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4 thoughts on “Helping Orphans

  1. paper boat

    wow… thanks for boggling about your friend ww… what an amazing person to do such a wonderful thing… i have added her blog as one of my fav’s…

  2. Otim Michael

    I can totally relate to Felicity’s story. I have been to Uganda many times in the last ten years. My recent visits have been to northern Uganda to visit my Acholi friends. I have created several videos to help my Ugandan friends that are helping the underprivileged and vulnerable in Uganda.

    Let Art Talk
    http://www.youtube.com/letarttalk

    Kwach Academy
    http://www.youtube.com/Acholiprincess

    “As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.”
    Proverbs 27:17

  3. wonderwebby

    Hi Otim, thanks for stopping by.

    The Lets Talk Art project sounds really interesting too! Would be interested to know more about it.

  4. Otim Michael

    Thank you for your interest in Let Art Talk. You can learn more about the organization by going to the ‘Files’ section of my website and clicking on Let Art Talk. The are several documents that you can download there. You are also welcome to drop me an email anytime.

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