£25 a month provides food, medical expenses, vocational training, social work support, counselling and resources to empower orphaned children to build a more hopeful future.
40 Days, 40 challenges! Sign up to do a challenge every day over Lent and raise funds to resource our new covid medical unit!
Thank you for choosing to donate to Edith's Hope. You're making a difference to the most vulnerable children in Uganda.
Get your free Hope laces and participate in our Run for Hope 5k. Donate at least £5 and Nominate your friends this summer to raise crucial funds for orphaned children in Uganda! £5 will provide an emergency food pack to an orphaned family during lockdown! Your run will save lives!
As part of our child headed families project we build a new home for orphaned families in their 4th year on the project.
As you enjoy your Christmas meal, could you provide the equivalent for an orphaned child? For £10 you will provide a child additional food, a gift and a life saving mosquito net.
I have named this challenge ‘Hope That’s Hidden In My Heart’ because it’s all about ‘hope’ for Edith's Hope and echoes the words from in Psalm 119:11. To raise funds for Edith’s Hope, I am memorizing 100 verses from the Psalms as my challenge! Thank you in anticipation of your support!
We're running 400 miles to raise funds for COVID19 medical supplies in rural Uganda
After not running for 2 years I am going to run 100km over Lent. This is to raise vital funds for medical supplies to fight covid 19 in rural uganda. It would be amazing if you could donate!
This is a personal challenge for me after having bilateral knee ops in November 2020 and I really hope it will raise some money too! I'm going to collect rubbish everyday through lent and hopefully raise lots of money. .
During the course of Lent, Josh will be running the equivalent distance of the infamous 326 km journey from Entebbe airport to the Edith's Hope project base in Ngora.
For the duration of this challenge I will be recreating the diet I lived on whilst working in Uganda for a year in 2008. From Monday to Saturday my entire diet will consist of porridge, fruit, eggs, rice, beans and chapati's. On a Sunday I will have meat for one of my meals. Throughout the period I will only drink water and coffee.
This is a group effort from members of the parish of chandlers ford, to collectively 'walk-to-uganda', a total of 5,617 miles over the 40 days.
During Lent I am going to train for and then complete a 10K run.
In the last week of lent I am going to eat (good quality) dog food for my main meal to highlight the issue of hunger in our orphan program. This is a tough challenge so dig deep for me !!
I'm raising money for Edith's Hope by cycling 200 miles - 5 miles every day of Lent come rain, wind or shine.
I am going to be eating the diet of Ugandan food that a typical student or staff member at our vocational school eats for the next 40 days. This will mostly be rice, beans, eggs and some fruit. I may treat myself to some meat once a week.