What Your Gift Could Buy
Rose Mugenyi, a health worker, committed Christian, and long-term partner of Ecologia Youth Trust, founded Sky Is The Limit in 1994. There, she provides a family to approximately 30 children who live at the centre’s Noah’s Ark, and an education to over 370 children, aged 3-14 years, who attend the centre’s primary school. Your donation can help Rose and Sky Is The Limit in so many ways.
Help Build the School
The classrooms at the school are constructed mainly from bamboo. However, this makes the room vulnerable to heavy rain and infestation. Last year one of the classrooms was destroyed by termites. In Henrietta’s memory we would like to rebuild the classroom with bricks to ensure it will be a secure building that will stand the test of time. This building will be a permanent reminder of Henrietta’s love and dedication to the school and a single donation can make all the difference. £25,000 will allow Rose to make this dream a reality and provide the children with a brand new facility.
Sponsor a Child
When you sponsor a child with Ecologia, you are helping provide a brighter future for a vulnerable young person. Children who attend Sky Is The Limit have been affected or orphaned by HIV/AIDS and so are in need of support from people like you. It costs £10 a month to sponsor a place for a child to attend Sky Is The Limit School and £25 a month to sponsor a child to live at Noah’s Ark and attend the school. This monthly donation covers the cost of the child’s education, school uniform, stationery, school meals as well as counselling for the children, living expenses and medical care. Your sponsorship can dramatically transform the lives of these children.
Support Secondary and University Education
Recently Rose wrote to us to ask for help to enable four of the brightest older children she supports to continue their education and achieve their dreams to graduate from secondary school and college. You can read about their stories here.
*In order to comply with Ecologia’s Child Protection Policy all of the children’s names have been changed and generic photographs have been inserted to protect their identities.