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As a church or school community, you can have a life-changing impact in Uganda

Looking for a way for your community to give back? A Love Mercy partnership with your school or church could see your community give clean water access to 500+ households in a northern Ugandan village.

Fundraisers are supported every step of the way by Love Mercy, and gain access to reporting straight from the ground on the impact they’re having.

See how schools and churches are already having a huge impact below.

MAITLAND CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

Maitland Christian School have undertaken their Hike for Humanity many years running, fundraising to restore clean water access to 200+ households yearly. In 2023, students raised funds to build a new well in Okile village, restoring clean water access to over 210 households. Previously, Okile residents drew water from swamps and suffered through waves of waterborne diseases. This meant children were missing school and their parents were unable at times to work or tend to their crops. This is the case all over northern Uganda where clean water isn’t available.

By undertaking a major hike as a community, the students of Maitland Christian School raised funds to support students just like them in Uganda. Not only did they restore clean water access, but they helped restore their fellow students’ access to education, economic security and food security. Throughout fundraising, students and staff were supported by Love Mercy with fundraising resources and impact reporting to show how their efforts were changing lives in Okile village. The following are images the students were able to see of the impact they were having:

IMAGINATIONS CHURCH

Maitland Christian School have undertaken their Hike for Humanity many years running, fundraising to restore clean water access to 200+ households yearly. In 2023, students raised funds to build a new well in Okile village, restoring clean water access to over 210 households. Previously, Okile residents drew water from swamps and suffered through waves of waterborne diseases. This meant children were missing school and their parents were unable at times to work or tend to their crops. This is the case all over northern Uganda where clean water isn’t available.

By undertaking a major hike as a community, the students of Maitland Christian School raised funds to support students just like them in Uganda. Not only did they restore clean water access, but they helped restore their fellow students’ access to education, economic security and food security. Throughout fundraising, students and staff were supported by Love Mercy with fundraising resources and impact reporting to show how their efforts were changing lives in Okile village. The following are images the students were able to see of the impact they were having: