Future for Bweya's Children e.V.
A German Charity supports a Ugandan children's home
Donations instead of Christmas party

The year 2020 holds many challenges for us until the end. This applies not least to the classic Christmas party. Celebrating with colleagues at the end of the year is not an option for most companies this year.
While industrialised nations can still cushion the economic consequences of the Corona pandemic relatively well, people in developing countries are confronted with existential worries: Jobs and income are lost and supply chains are disrupted.
In Uganda, too, people are suffering from hunger and shortages due to the pandemic. To stop the spread of the virus, Uganda has imposed some of the strictest curfew rules in Africa. Schools, universities and almost all restaurants and shops must remain closed. The country's borders are closed, buses no longer run.

The fact that they have not been allowed to go to school since March is also a great burden on the children of the orphanage in Bweya. Home schooling is difficult due to the lack of equipment. This year, we would like to give the children of the orphanage a special Christmas present. They would like books and utensils to help them learn at home.
Make a contribution to help the children get through these difficult times. Help the children and donate before Christmas or become a member of our small association.

You can find more information here: https://zukunft-fuer-bweyas-kinder.de/spenden/ (Donations)
oder https://zukunft-fuer-bweyas-kinder.de/download-center/ (declaration of membership)
For questions, please contact info@zbk-ev.de

Thank you for your support!

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