We became sponsors in July of 2014 and were matched with Erinah Nahulira shortly thereafter. Tom and Elizabeth had been discussing helping out a disadvantaged child, and at the time there was a noti...A Sponsorship Story – The Sheridan Family
Nayiga Esther, a single mother aged twenty-three, lives with five members of her family, including her son, Ssebale Joel; widowed mother, Nanyingi Rosemary, aged forty-five; sister, Nalubega Annet, wh...My Tailoring Machine – My Family’s Bond – Esther’s Story
Mothers Give Birth Safely and Comfortably at St. Francis Health Center St Francis Migyera Health Center III has had an incredible opportunity to improve patient care for mothers. Early this year on 2...St. Francis Health Center
Away We Drone Visit ChangeALife Uganda’s Project in Migyera, Uganda St. Lawrence School and St. Francis Health Center From The Air Amazing…Don’t Miss It! ! Welcome to St. Lawrence Schoo...Away We Drone
Faith Nanyonjo, 12, is a very smart girl who enjoys her time in school. Last term, she was the 2nd of 69 students in her 5th grade class. Now in 6th grade, she excels in mathematics and participates i...Faith Nanyonjo
Meet Kigundu Harriet, age 32, who lives with her husband Kigundu Aginious Tyaba, age 55, her two daughters and four sons in Nabbingo Parish, Betaka Village which is 14 km from Kampala city. Madam Kigu...At Least A Smile
Molly Petrie and Brad Patocka traveled to Uganda this year to capture on video the amazing stories of the children and people who are Change A Life beneficiaries. Here is their story. Hello from ...Learn How a Micro-loan Can Change A Life.
July 14, 2014 was a special day in the life of the students of St. Lawrence School, the patients and staff at St. Francis Health Center and the community of Migyera. Bishop Paul Ssemogerere from...St. Lawrence Students and Migyera Community Celebrate the Gift of Water!
“Ask One” I recently wrote to our sponsors to introduce our “Ask One” campaign. The idea is simple, if each of our supporters will ask one person to sponsor a child or donate t...“Ask One”
Happiness comes easy for some, but for many, it’s a daily struggle. Our set points for happiness differ, as do our circumstances. Yet, what we do about our circumstances makes all the difference...Goodbye Malnutrition