ATTENTION STUDENTS AND MATRICS: Ever consider a gap-year of giving? @macfouganda

You are finished with school or your degree and wondering: ‘What next?’ Why not use your time constructively and volunteer your services at Macfo Uganda for a once in a lifetime experience? Not only will you get the opportunity to meet new people and help thousands of others, but you will have a chance to visit one of the cultural hotspots in Africa; Kampala, Uganda!

The Make Children Foundation (MaCFo) is a non-profit, non-government, non-religious organization with the general objective of improving the lives of communities through training and provision of essential services, while caring and supporting orphans and vulnerable children.

MACFO Uganda’s vision is: “A healthy and promising life for all children”.

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Their mission is to empower orphans and other vulnerable children and most at risk population and give opportunity for healthy, positive living through increased access to HIV/Aids-related information, medical care and support on all levels.

They reach out to communities in rural areas, distributing medicine, facilitating vaccinations, dropping off food hampers and educational supplies and securing the availability of fresh, clean drinking water.

You can be a part of these campaigns and help their Executive Director, Timothy Matovu, change lives every single day.

If you are interested, please get in touch with him. Click here to e-mail Timothy directly.

Come on, young people, make the decision TODAY and start making a difference TOMORROW!

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