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Sponsorships

Sponsor an Orphan at Timothy Home

In a nation with over 2.5 million orphans, there is no better place for the Go and Tell vision to take root than Uganda. We believe that something special can happen when we all come together in unity to share God’s love. 

These precious orphans below are seeking a sponsor parent who will help provide them with a safe and loving "home." 

For $42 per month, you will help provide a child with: 

  • Food and clean water ~ 3 meals a day, 7 days a week

  • Medical care through the medical clinic located on site

  • Education at Kids Care and Cream Hill High School

  • 24-hour a day care in Timothy Home

  • Opportunity to hear about Jesus and be encouraged to develop a lifelong relationship with God

Children Looking for a Sponsor

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Jane Namutebi

Jane Namutebi is 9 years old and is in Primary Grade 2 at Kids Care School. Her favorite color is green and English is her favorite subject. She loves dancing and wants to become a doctor after studies. Together with her big sister Oliver, they joined Timothy Home in February 2024. Jane and Oliver could hardly access school because of their sickly parents. They would miss classes because they had to work to earn money so they could feed their parents. Getting lunch and supper each day at their house was a miracle! They could hardly get enough money to care for their parents and pay school bills. This hindered their performance in school since they often missed lessons and had to walk 8kms per day to and from school. A community social worker contacted Timothy Home to help these young girls so they could have access to a better life. The community has been able to help their sickly parents by utilizing Village Health Teams. Timothy Home has opened doors to them even though they are not orphans.

These are photos of their previous home

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Oliver Nansimbi

Oliver Nansimbi is12 years old and is in Primary Grade 5 at Kids Care School. Her favorite color is blue and Math is her favorite subject. She loves netball and wants to become a Nurse after studies. Together with her little sister Jane Namutebi, they joined Timothy Home in February 2024. Jane and Oliver could hardly access school because of their sickly parents. They would miss classes because they had to work to earn money so they could feed their parents. Getting lunch and supper each day at their house was a miracle! They could hardly get enough money to care for their parents and pay school bills. This hindered their performance in school since they often missed lessons and had to walk 8kms per day to and from school. A community social worker contacted Timothy Home to help these young girls so they could have access to a better life. The community has been able to help their sickly parents by utilizing Village Health Teams. Timothy Home has opened doors to them even though they are not orphans.

These are photos of their previous home

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Sarah Blessing Nassaka

Sarah Blessing Nassaka is 7 years old and is in the Nursery section at Shalom Day Care and Nursery School. She loves the color red. English is her favorite subject, and she enjoys rice and athletics. She wants to become a teacher after studies. Sarah’s world of disadvantage struck her after her mother dropped her off at her grandmother's doorstep at barely 6 months of age and then disappeared. Sarah is a child from a trans-generational affair that is suspected to have been a defilement case or even rape given the fact that her suspected dad is much older than the girl's mother (who we believe would have been about 14 years old when she gave birth to Sarah). Fearing arrest, the man denied fatherhood of the child. Fortunately, the grandmother (who is about 81 years old) was able to care for Sarah. However, due to her age and physical limitations, the grandmother can only sluggishly work her little garden for a living - and she is also trying to take care of a couple other grandchildren. Every meal in this family comes by God’s grace and a meal a day is a reality that they live with. Clothing and education for the kids under her care turned out to be mere option than a right because she can’t afford them. Missing school on many days has withered their hope of securing a better future. Sarah is so lucky and blessed that Timothy home is now responsible for her care and education. We thank God for this opportunity.

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Gladys Nantale

Gladys Nantale is 10 years old and is in Primary Grade 3 at Kids Care School. Her favorite color is red and English is her favorite subject. She loves eating rice and playing netball. She wants to become a teacher when she grows up. Both of Gladys’ parents are living, but are desperately struggling to raise a family of four children (with Gladys being the 3rd born). Gloria, her elder sister, was sent to live with another family where she offers her labour for tuition. Gloria wakes up very early in the morning before school and stays up late after school doing home chores to pay for her education. It’s unfortunate that Gloria lives in a form of child-labour. George, the eldest brother, often misses school as he has to support his family by working in the eucalyptus forests around. George and his dad worked together to put up a 2-room 20x15 ft mud and wattle house the family lives in. Picking up Gladys for a sponsorship opportunity at Timothy Home was an answer to prayer for this family and we are grateful for the opportunity to provide care and an education for Gladys.

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Priscilla Nabwire

Priscilla Nabwire is 9 years old and is in Primary Grade 1 at Kids Care School. Her favorite color is red and her favorite subject is Math. She loves dancing and she wants to become an engineer after her studies. She is an orphan whose parents were immigrants from Kenya. They lived in Masaka during Priscilla’s infancy. The father passed away and he was buried in a public cemetery. After Priscilla's birth, her mother got seriously sick and went back to Kenya where she passed away. Priscilla stayed with a friend of her parents for nine years. However, they have not been able to adequately provide for Priscilla despite having the will and the passion to parent her. They approached the government probation officer who referred her to Timothy Home for her to have a brighter future.

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Samuel Kigozi

Samuel Kigozi is 10 years old and is in Primary Grade 3 at Kids Care School. He loves the color red and English is his favorite subject. He enjoys bananas and playing football. Samuel wants to become a lawyer after his studies. Both of Samuel’s parents are alive and work as community evangelists in the village. As young, neglected, and primary school dropouts, Samuel's parents lived on the islands of Kalangala in lake Victoria. Samuel's father, Isaac, resorted to cleaning fishnets before becoming a fisherman at a very young age - a job detested by society. In Uganda, the prevalence of HIV/AIDS is statistically more concentrated in fishing villages than any other segment of society, which makes people living in those areas more at risk of contracting HIV/AIDS. While living there, Samuel's parents informally married and subsequently accepted Jesus Christ as their personal Savior and Lord. Coming to Christ tremendously changed their lives and led them to a new lifestyle to which they attribute their escape from contracting HIV/AIDS.

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Fatia Nabateregga

Nabateregga Fatia is in Primary Grade 2 at Kids Care School. Her favorite colour is green and her favorite subject in school is Science. She loves dancing and wants to become a nurse after her studies. Fatia joined Timothy Home at the beginning of February 2024. Having lost her dad, her family chased her away together with her sickly mum claiming that she was not belonging to the Dad. This was intended to sell off the land and the house the dad had left. Ever since then, Fatia and her mum have been moving places until when the probation officer referred her to Timothy Home.

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Phiona Owamazima

Phiona Owamazima is 16 years old and she is in Secondary Grade 2 at Cream High School. She lost her dad and her mother was chased away from their house by the father's relatives. Her favorite color is pink and Math is her favorite subject. She likes to eat rice. She loves singing and she wants to become a doctor when she grows up. 

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Edris Akankwasa

Edris Akankwasa is 5 years old. He loves the color yellow and his favorite subject is Math. He likes bananas and he is great at soccer. He wants to become a footballer after school. Edris lived with his mother on a farm and his father is unknown since his mother had multiple partners. They had no permanent house, but lived in temporary set up structures and moved from place to place in the bush. They could at times survive on cow’s blood as food. Edris had never attended school before he was referred to Timothy Home. It was upon such conditions that the probation office forwarded Edris to Timothy Home for safe custody and education.

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Amon Ssebakumba

Amon Ssebakumba is 12 years old and is in Primary Grade 3 at Kids Care School. He loves the color yellow and his favorite subject is English. Amon loves playing soccer and he dreams to become a pilot after school. Amon's parents divorced when he was one year old and he was left with his alcoholic father. He was malnourished and never went to school. His father left him in the house alone to go drink. Amon's feet were eaten up by jiggers. The community got concerned for Amon's welfare and contacted Timothy home to rescue him.

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Shanitah Nagujja

Shanitah Nagujja is 14 years old and is in Secondary Grade 1 Cream Hill High School. She likes playing handball and her favorite color is pink. She wants to be a journalist when she grows up and her favorite subject is History. Shanitah lived with her mother who was in seriously poor health and later died. Shanitah was left with her maternal old grandmother, who couldn't look after her. The probation office referred her to Timothy Home since no one knew who her father was.

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Modesta Apio

Modesta Apio is 12 years old and is in Primary Grade 3 at Kids Care School. Her favorite subject is Math and she loves the color yellow. She enjoys handball games and love eating posho. Modesta wants to become a tailor in future.She lost her father at two years old and lost her mother at the age of five. Modesta and her sister lived with a well wisher who was their neighbor, an old woman. However, the old woman doesn't earn enough money and she is in poor health. It was through church Sunday school that Timothy Home staff got to know Modesta who was struggling and in desperate need of help.  

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Anna Grace Amiti

Anna Grace Amiti is 11 years old and is in Primary Grade 2 at Kids Care School. Her favorite subject is Religious Education and she loves the color blue. She wants to become a nurse after her studies and likes jumping rope. Anna Grace lived with a well wisher after the death of her parents. This well-wisher, who was their neighbor, took over Anna Grace and her bigger sister. However, these sisters lacked care and education and they were malnourished. It was through Sunday school that Timothy Home staff got to know Anna Grace.

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Christopher Kiweewa

Christopher Kiweewa is 20 years old and is in Secondary Grade 3 at Cream Hill High School. His favorite color is blue and he loves rice and beef. He also loves soccer and dreams to become a plumber after school. Christopher's mother passed away when she was giving birth to him, and he lived with a grandfather who was an alcoholic. His grandfather could not look after the boy and take him to school. Christopher eventually began school when he was much older than the rest of his class after the village council referred him to Timothy Home.

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