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Love Mercy began in 2010 in Sydney, Australia after Eloise Wellings, Australian Olympian, met Ugandan Olympian and former child soldier, Julius Achon. She promised to fulfill his dream of restoring hope to his village in Northern Uganda after decades of civil war. Love Mercy sees a future where Northern Uganda is transformed through simple solutions to poverty. Our two main projects, Cents for Seeds and the Kristina Health Centre, increase access to education, health care, and income generation and are funded entirely by generous donations from the public. We need your help.

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Cents for Seeds is changing the lives of families in Uganda by empowering women and enabling them to provide for their families.

WHAT OUR DONORS SAY

Bec Stanley
Mel Campbell
General Manager Jock Athletic
Janelle and Michael Dwyer
Melinda Holcombe
Gerard Timbs
“I believe in equal opportunity, developing sustainable long term solutions and love. I have now seen the reality of life in Uganda, and know the impact LMF is having. The potential is unlimited, and I feel honoured to be able to contribute to the lives of others. “
“It's my connection to the women, the mothers, the breadwinners, knowing my contribution can empower them with the tools they need to be self-sufficient, independent and successful business women. We may live in different worlds, but we have the same hopes and dreams.”
“Love Mercy have wise programmes in place. People are trained & empowered to help themselves, then reach out to other local communities. The origins of this organisation impacted me. I trust the founders. Love Mercy is a portrait of active love & righteousness.”
"I love knowing that my contribution is helping directly to empower women to build stronger communities. Giving to Love Mercy is a great feeling !"
5 out of 5
"I donate to Love Mercy, primarily through their Cents for Seeds program, because I know that almost the entire $ donated goes directly to helping those in need. It is also so tangible- $30 buys 30kg of seed. I have also seen first-hand where the money goes and the impact it has in changing the lives of those in Northern Uganda." Gerard Timbs, Lawyer