Meet Simon Peter
Birthday: 5th May 2005 Hello my name is Simon Peter, I like playing soccer is my friends, my favourite subject is English I also like reading books and drawing pictures. I want to be a policeman when I grow up. History: Simon Peter lives with his parents and five brothers and sisters and small mud …
Birthday: 10th May 2018 Hello, my name is Prisca. I enjoy skipping with my siblings; Faridah and Martin. My favorite food is rice and meat and my best animal is a rabbit. When I grow up, I want to work with the Police. History Prisca is a vulnerable child who lives with his single mother …
Meet Prisca Hope
Birthday: 29th September 2018 Hello, my name is Prisca Hope. I like meeting and playing with new friends. My best food is rice and meat and my favorite animal is the goat. When I grow up, I want to be a teacher. History Prisca is a vulnerable child living in the care of her grandmother. …
Birthday: 10th April 2008 Hello my name is Innocent, I like playing football with my friends and I like Mathematics and Reading, when I grow up I want to be a truck driver. History: Innocent is a vulnerable child living with his mother and father in a small mud hut, his parents are peasant farmers …
Birthday: 17th October 2017 Hello, my name is Stephanie and I love spending time with my mother. I like listening to the stories my mother tells me. My best food is beans and rice, and my favorite animal is a pig. When I grow up, I want to be a teacher. History Stephanie is a …
Birthday: 26th January 2018 Hello, my name is Javel. I like sharing my toys with my little sister Amanda. My favorite food is rice and chicken and my best animal is an elephant. When I grow up, I want to a policeman. History Javel lives with his single mother and younger sister (Amanda) at his …
Birthday: 06th July 2018 Hello, my name is Wilson. I like playing soccer with my friends. My best food is rice and my favorite animal is a dog. When I grow up, I want to be a policeman. History Wilson is a vulnerable child living with his single mother and sister (Daniela) in a small …
Birthday: 20th June 2014 Hello my name is Polycap, my favourite animal is the goat and playing soccer is my favourite game with David who is my best friend. Beans and rice is my favourite food. I also like reading books and drawing pictures. I want to be a pilot when I grow up. History: …
Birthday: 24th November 2018 Hello, my name is Priscillah. I like drawing and coloring. My best food is sweet potatoes and chicken, and my favorite animal is the cat. When I grow up, I want to be a teacher. History Priscillah is a vulnerable child living with her parents and four siblings (Nathan, Abraham and …
Birthday: 24th April 2018 Hello, my name is Brian. I like playing soccer with my friends. Rice and beans are my favorite meals. My best animal is a lion. When I grow up, I want to be a driver. History Brian is a vulnerable child staying with his grandmother and seven cousins in a small …
Birthday: 7th October 2017 Hello, my name is Innocent. I like playing soccer with my friends. My best food is pork. My favorite animal is a donkey. When I grow up, I want to be a teacher. History Innocent is a vulnerable child living with his mum and siblings (Rachel and Samuel). Innocent’s mum has …
Birthday: 18th December 2018 Hello, my name is Benjamin. I love playing soccer with my friends. My best food is posho and cabbage and my favorite animal is a cat. When I grow up, I want to be a teacher. History Benjamin is a vulnerable child that lives with his parents and siblings (three brothers; …
Birthday: 21st May 2018 Hello, my name is Innocent. I like playing soccer with my friends. My favorite food is chips. My best animal is an elephant. When I grow up, I want to be a soldier. History Innocent is a vulnerable child living with his parents and five siblings (three brothers; Ongom, James & …
Birthday: 27th July 2018 Hello, my name is Godfrey. I like playing with my car toys with my little brother Emmanuel. Red is my best color. Posho and green vegetables are my best food. When I grow up, I want to a driver. History Godfrey is a vulnerable child living with his parents and siblings …
Birthday: 13th September 2018 Hello, my name is Agnes. I like playing with my friends and dolls. My best food is posho and beans. When I grow up, I want to be a teacher. History Agnes is one of the vulnerable children in the community living with her parents and brothers; Daniel and Elvis. Agnes’ …
Birthday: 28th February 2019 Hello, my name is Joyce. I like playing a game called ‘bottle filling’. My best food is rice and beans and my favorite animal is a goat. When I grow up, I want to be a nurse. History Joyce is a vulnerable child living with her parents and siblings (Christopher and …
Birthday 13th March 2014 Hello my name is Mesheach, I love to play soccer. Vegetables and sweet potatoes are my favourite dish and reading is my favourite subject. My favourite colour is yellow and my best friend is Brian. I want to be a doctor when I grow up. History: Mesheach is among the many …
Birthday: 01st February 2019 Hello, my name is Aaron. I love spending my play time with my little brother Daniel. Blue is my best color. My best meal is chicken. When I grow up, I want to be a doctor. History Aaron is a vulnerable child whose parents are casual workers. They earn a very …
Birthday: 4th October 2006 Hello my name is Jonathan, I love reading books and playing soccer with my friends. My best friend is Victor, and when I grow up I want to be a policeman. History: Jonathan lives with his father and mother and seven brothers and sisters in a small mud hut within the …
Birthday: 23rd February 2017 Hello, my name is Aisha. I enjoy playing soccer with my friends. I like eating porridge, and my favorite animal is a dog. When I grow up, I want to be a policewoman. History Aisha is a vulnerable child living with her single father and six siblings (five sisters; Tedy, Gladys, …
Birthday: 24th August 2018 Hello, my name is Teddy. I like skipping. My best food is rice and peas and my best animal is a rabbit. When I grow up, I want to be a nurse. History Teddy is a vulnerable child living with her single father and six siblings (five sisters; Aisha, Gladys, Auma, …
Birthday: 24th August 2018 Hello, my name is Sam. I like reading and writing. My best food is rice and meat, and my best animal is an elephant. When I grow up, I want to be a police man. History Sam is a vulnerable child living in the care of his grandmother. Sam’s grandmother is …
What your Sponsorship Provides
From pre-school to senior school graduation, which will open up so many future opportunities.
School lunches are provided to the child to protect against malnutrition.
Support is given to the child by our caring team who believe in them.
Vital healthcare to treat and prevent sickness and disease.
Equip them for a brighter future through various leadership and mentor based workshops.
Give them places to play & grow that will help protect against danger and violence.
Change a child’s life
Operation Uganda is unique in its child sponsorship program as we focus primarily on orphaned and vulnerable children, your monthly contribution of $45 AUD not only provides a full scholarship for your sponsored child from pre-school all the way through to the completion of secondary school including, uniforms, school fees, meals, stationary packs, & examination fees. But we are also committed with working with your sponsored child’s household to ensure the family unit is strengthened through skills based training, and supported through our various programs.
Our child sponsorship program has given hundreds of children not only a hope and future and also has helped to reduce the vicious cycle of poverty, as the majority of children that graduate from our sponsorship program gain employment and begin to support their household.
Operation Uganda’s aim is to break the cycle of poverty by providing support to children on four levels: Spiritual, Intellectual, Physical and Emotional.
We are Christ-centred. Every sponsored child hears the gospel and is encouraged to develop a lifelong relationship with God. By being church based, all children sponsored are encouraged to attend a local church. Our hope is that all children know God and follow Him.Intellectual
All sponsored children are given a full primary and secondary scholarship which includes full school fees, school uniforms, text books, lunch allowance, and examination fees.
We ensure that through sponsorship, children are healthy and have access to medical care when needed and have regular health checkups by professional medical staff.
Through sponsorship, children have security, hope and purpose. They develop good character, integrity and healthy relationships.
How it works
Rescue a child
Form a Relationship
Change a life
Frequently Asked Questions
How much is sponsorship & how are payments made?
Child sponsorship through Operation Uganda is $45 AUD per month once you have selected the child above to sponsor you will be taken through to an online form for direct debit from your nominated account: Cheque, Savings, or credit card.
You can choose to pay an annual amount of $540 p/a if so we can arrange that for your through our Australian base contact us on email@example.com
If, for any reason, you wish to withdraw from your sponsorship, you are free to do so at any time. If for some reason there is non-payment we will contact you and offer you the option of making up the payment(s).
Can I send a letter or gift to my sponsor child?
Your sponsor child would love to receive a letter or gift from you, when sending a letter your sponsor child you might want to include a picture of you and your family which your sponsor child will cherish. If you would like to send a birthday or Christmas gift we recommend that you send a book or a bible, appropriate clothing, or colouring book & pencils, we request that you limit the value of your gift to $30 AUD Please package the parcel in a plain post pack and post it to:
Att: Your sponsor child’s code & name (which can be found in the bottom right hand corner of the sponsor card eg. Susan JHKC107)
P.O. Box 11014
Please do not post gifts to our Australian office.
How much of my sponsorship funds go to my sponsor child?
80% of your sponsorship money goes directly to supporting your sponsor child / 10% goes to in country operational support services which include monitoring your sponsor child in school and also supporting home and family unit, and 10% goes towards our Australian operations and support services. Operation Uganda is committed to keeping our administration cost minimal.
Operation Uganda is committed to integrity and financial accountability, we have the charity tick of approval by the Australian Charities and Non-Profits Commission, we are governed by a board of directors, submit annual financial reports to the Australian Charities and Non-Profits Commission (ACNC), and submit of six monthly reports to Australian Christian Churches International Relief (ACCIR) who are a member of ACFID the Australian Council for International Development. Operation Uganda is also an accredited Non-Government Organisation in Uganda and submits annual financial and operational reports to the Ugandan Government.
How are children chosen for sponsorship?
Operation Uganda focuses on providing sponsorship to the most vulnerable our criteria for children entering our child sponsorship program is orphaned and vulnerable children, we have been working in Uganda since 2005 and have a great national team of trained social workers and community liaison workers who access households and are continually monitoring households. Our social work team do a needs assessment on each child and when children meet our criteria we enter them onto our child sponsorship waiting list. Your decision to sponsor a child through Operation Uganda will transform a life and give hope to a hopeless situation.
Can I choose the gender and age of the child I sponsor?
Yes you can choose above from a range of ages and genders of children on our waiting list. Many people ask to sponsor a boy or girl of the same age and gender as their own children or grandchildren.
Is my sponsorship tax deductible?
Yes, we do offer the option for tax deductibility and we will send out tax receipts at the end of each financial year if you request for tax deductibility.
What does Child Sponsorship do for the child?
Your monthly sponsorship transforms a child’s life, the majority of children in our child sponsorship program would never have had the opportunity to attend school and your monthly sponsorship enables your sponsor child to have a full scholarship from pre-school all the way through to graduating secondary school, paying all school fees, providing text books & educational materials, uniforms, school lunches, examination and auxiliary fees. Our team also provide regular monitoring and support in school and in the home environment. Our pastoral team also provide support through school chaplaincy and church based programs.
What do I get when I sponsor a child
As a child sponsor, you’ll get:
- A welcome pack containing a laminated A5 Sponsor Card of your sponsor child to place on your fridge, office, or around the home.
- You’ll receive a minimum of two personal letters from your sponsor child per year including an annual photograph.
- You will have the opportunity to connect with your sponsor child through letters, e-letters, cards and photos.
- You will receive regular email updates of what we are doing in your sponsor child’s village or area.