• Volunteer in Uganda and Make a real meaningful difference
  • Build a Goat Farm
  • Visit Uganda


Volunteers are our blood streams as a charity because we do not get funding from any organization. I was once a street child and God saved me from living a street life and this is why i also start this ministry to help those that go through what I went through. please join me as we impact lives.

Volunteers are required to work 3 to 5 hours a day with a minimum of 3 days to 5 days a week. There is a mandatory 600 USD contribution to the project where you will be working. This is meat to support and build the project plus other expenses that will be needed in that project. And 220 USD for every individual per week for your own expenses.

This covers food Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily (local meals), car fuel, mosquito net, bathing soap, bottled drinking water, mosquito repellant, soap for washing, tooth pest, two sanitary towels, toilet roles, toilet air freshener, airport pick up and drop, beddings (bed sheets, mattress, pillow, and bedcover) The cooking is always done by someone where you will be staying. We expect 40% bank deposit before you get here for project planning and other preparations. And the rest will be paid at the office upon arrival.

NB: please expect rule conditions.
Day one in Uganda you will be briefed about Ugandan life and what to expect plus briefing about the project. Fridays after lunch you can always visit tour sites where you can stay for the rest of the weekend if you would like to do so and this comes at your own extra cost and every safari location has its own costs. However if you do not like to pay tour companies we may suggest that you can fuel the foundation car and someone drives you to a tourist attraction and you just pay entrance fees. You have to let us know in advance about this. Places you can visit near Kampala which is our capital are Zoo, source of the Nile, Equator and many more.

For more information contact us for a tour package for Uganda. On day one you will also be taken around our capital city for a tour by the foundation. To land in Uganda you will need to look for Arrival Airport: Entebbe (Code: EBB). Tourist Visa obtained at the port of entry upon arrival, keep $100 for visa, bank statement, passport, vaccination card with you and invitation letter from TDF upon arrival. Expect rural living conditions. You will need to have a printed bank statement to show at the immigration, you will also need a passport, 4 passport photos, and $70 for covid test. You will need to send me your air ticket copy. Project activity: visiting families that are affected with aids, where some of the children we help stay, working at the farm, teaching the children computer skills, games, drawing, photography, bible study, and English. Let me know if there is anything we can change please and feel ok to share with us any new ideas.

Not included:
Flights, Entry Visa, Vaccinations, Travel & Health Insurance, and tour/safaris.
Free services from the foundation: internet, warm water for bathing and drinking, laundry services, free
car to take you anywhere at any time plus a driver, water bills, and electricity bills.


Gorilla Watching in Bwindi National Park
1. A activities at the lodge include: o Visiting Batwa pygmies o Enjoying a guided village walk o A guided multi-day trek to/from Kisoro via Lake Mutanda o Walking through Bwindi Forest to the park headquarters at Buhoma o Tracking the Nkuringo Gorilla family (assuming you have a tracking permit). o Tracking the Nshongi Gorilla family at Rushaga (assuming you have a permit). o Simply enjoy the amazing vistas of the gallery forests of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Virunga volcanoes

2. Bird Watching in Bwindi National Park. And birders may prefer the wetter months for a higher chance of seeing more bird activity. The wetter months are then from March to April and September to November.

3. Hike from Kisoro to Nkuringo and Buhoma. Given the fantastic scenery of the region, there are many different hiking opportunities to see the area. The most scenic hiking trails, such as between the hamlet of Buhoma on the north side of the Bwindi Forest National Park and the town of Kisoro in south western Uganda. The classic and much loved walking trail is between Kisoro and Buhoma, which you can also combine with a gorilla trekking adventure. The usual amount of time to do the trek is over two days where you will enjoy fantastic views, including the incredible Virunga Volcanoes.

4. See Chimpanzees in Kibale Forest National Park. N ear Queen Elizabeth National Park in the west of Uganda you can find the Kibale Forest National Park. The most popular trail in the park is the walk from the Kanyanchu Visitor Center, which lasts about three hours to visit the chimps and to see a diversity of wildlife enroute. When we encounter the chimpanzee groups, visitors are allowed to spend a maximum of one hour observing the fascinating animals, as they play, feed, and relax in their group. In addition to the chimpanzees in Kibale, you will also encounter some of the other primates inhabiting the area, such as blue & red-tailed monkeys, red- colobus mangabeys, and the grey-cheeked mangabeys swinging in the forest’s canopy . Another of the favorite trails is the Kanyanchu Primate Walk to see some of the park’s thirteen species of primate.

5. Savanna Wildlife Safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park. The Queen Elizabeth National Park region is the most popular tourist destination in Uganda. , which is linked to the area’s diversity. The protected area contains many different wildlife-filled habitats, such as forests, wetlands, savanna grasslands, and a number of lakes . The park contains a lot of wildlife, such as the iconic African safari animals, but is also fortunate to protect a population of our closest relatives, the chimpanzees.Towards the north and across Lake George, the park connects to the Kibale Forest National Park mentioned above. You can enjoy game drives here to search for the icons of the African plains, such as lions, elephants, antelopes, and buffaloes. There are over 200 km of game tracks throughout the park we can explore. There are fantastic lakes to visit where you can enjoy cruises on the glistening waters to scout for a range of wildlife. Enjoy between Lake Edward and Lake George to see hippopotamus, Nile crocodiles and birdlife. In addition to exploring the area on game drives, one of the most spectacular ways to experience these savanna environments is by hot air balloon.

6. Golden Monkey Trekking The golden monkeys are a fantastic group of primates to see in the wild and can be encountered on guided treks through the forest. The monkeys enjoy hanging around the stands of bamboo forest within these protected areas and the monkeys are now used to people, which means they’re more easily observed.

7. Visit Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary The Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary protects Uganda’s only wild rhinos and is located just north of Kampala near the famous Murchison Falls.

8. Visit Murchison Falls Murchison Falls is a fantastic natural attraction located in the aptly named Murchison Falls National Park. The park has been visited by the likes of Winston Churchill, Ernest Hemingway, and various royals over the years. The protected area is home to many different animals, including hippos, crocodiles, lions, leopards, elephants, giraffes, antelopes, chimpanzees, and many different birds. And its the largest national park in Uganda.The falls was named after a president of the Royal Geographical Society and is the main attraction. Murchison Falls is a fantastic spectacle with water violently crashing through the narrow, rocky gorge. The falls ejects water from the Victoria Nile River through a 6 meter wide chute, which cascades down 30 meters to the Nile River.

9. Visit Kampala which is Uganda’s capital city and makes a fascinating stop on your Ugandan adventure. The city is relatively calm and safe. The city has some modern areas with top of the line restaurants and bars, which is where expats and visitors enjoy spending their time. You can also enjoy visiting temples, cathedrals, markets, galleries, areas of historical significance, and museums.

10. Visit the Ndere Center The Ndere Center is a highly recommended attraction to experience the country’s traditional dance and music. For a few days a week the center has a high energy show of Ugandan culture. Enjoy a dinner and theater performance and see dances from a variety of Uganda’s tribes.

11. See Lake Victoria Lake Victoria is the world’s largest freshwater tropical lake and sits as the jewel in the crown of Africa’s Great Lakes region. Sitting across the borders of Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania, this is where the Nile begins, which is one of the world’s most historically significant rivers.
The lake itself is home to some fascinating features, such as the different islands and reefs. Around 200 species of fish and over 350 different birds call the Lake Victoria region home, which you can spot on some fascinating lake tours.
You can also meet one of the sources of the great Nile in Jinja to imagine where this river runs and the history linked to this incredible waterway. The most popular Lake Victoria island to visit from Entebbe is Ngamba Island, which is home to a private chimpanzee sanctuary protecting orphaned chimpanzees.

12. See Lake Bunyonyi Lake Bunyonyi is located close to Kisoro and Kabale near the border with neighboring Rwanda. This is one of the largest of Africa’s lakes by depth and contains 29 different islands. Not just a popular tourist attraction for international visitors, the lake is also a popular relaxation destination for locals. See the traditional dances of the Batwa tribe. Another of the favorite things to do here is to take a cruise and go island hopping around Lake Bunyonyi. The real spectacle of the lake, however, is the incredible scenery. For its beauty alone, the lake is regarded by many visitors as one of their favorite destinations. Because of its proximity to Bwindi Forest for gorilla trekking, which is the main reason visitors venture to this corner of Africa, the lake makes a fantastic add-on experience to enjoy breathtaking scenery.

13. Visit Lake Mburo National Park A relatively small protected area, Lake Mburo National Park is classed as a savanna area containing different wildlife. You can spot antelopes, hyena, hippo, buffalo, zebra, and many different birds. There are 13 other water bodies in the region, it’s such a great place for birdlife. There around 350 different bird species to find and it’s a must-visit birder destination. Activities to enjoy both on and around Lake Mburo, such as boat cruises, see hippos, crocodiles, and a number of different birds, enjoy game drives in the protected area to spot the different African wildlife. You will easily find zebra and impala, which are the stars of the park. You can also enjoy guided walks around the lake to see the beautiful scenery or you can chose to explore the park by horse. You can enjoy horse riding.

14. See the Kasubi Tombs Another attraction in Kampala, to learn a little of the region’s cultural history we recommend a tour of the Kasubi Tombs. This is a Unesco World Heritage Listed Site and the burial ground of four Ugandan kings. Originally built in 1882 as the palace of Kabaka Mutesa I, this was converted to his tomb after his death. The site later became the burial place of the three following kings. The site gives a look at Buganda culture, and not only the care they took over their royalty, but other culturally important artifacts, such as the Buganda drums used to communicate important events over long distances. The Buganda Kingdom is the largest of Uganda’s four tribal kingdoms and has a high cultural importance for the country.

15. See Lake Mutanda A small and beautiful lake in the Kisoro District of south-west Uganda, Lake Mutanda is in an area affectionately known as Little Switzerland. The lake can be visited from Kisoro and resides in the African Great Lakes area at the foot of the Virunga Mountains. The mountains are across the Ugandan border, which can be seen from the lake. From here, you can see Mount Muhabura, Mount Sabinyo and Mount Gahinga. Including habitat for the mountain gorillas. The gorillas and a healthy population of golden monkeys live in a nearby protected area called the Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. Closer to the lake, you can then find other wildlife, such as many different birds Enjoy spotting cranes, ibis, weaver birds, and different kingfishers. The forests are also home to different chameleons, monitors, and a variety of frogs.

17. Visit a Local Market Markets in Uganda offer a glimpse into the everyday lives of the local people and make an interesting experience for visitors. Markets to visit in and around Kampala, such as the Owino and Nakasero markets. The most abundant product sold is second hand clothing, but you can really find most things in the market, such as traditional medicine and electronics.

18. Stand at the Equator A popular attraction is to visit the equator, which is one of the most famous landmarks in the country. The mark represents the section of Earth that receives more sunlight than any other. Because of this, it’s where you find the world’s most wildlife-rich forests. Tropical rainforests cover just 7% of the world’s surface, but contain 50% of all the Earth’s animals and plants. The equator passes straight through Uganda. The main equator landmark is about 70 km from Kampala towards the south west of the district. This takes about one hour to reach from the city. However, there are also markers in other areas. With the different equatorial landmarks, you can enjoy some great photographs. Document the moment and imagine where you actually are in the world. You can buy a little souvenir to remember the area, enjoy internet facilities to send an email from the equator, and relax with a coffee thanks to the renovations made by the Duke of Edinburgh in 2007.

19. See the Start of the Nile While you’re in this region of Africa, it’s worth seeing the start of the Nile River. Imagine the important events in history and the countries this great river has touched before gushing into the Mediterranean Sea. This all starts in this region and you can visit one of the Nile’s sources. The Nile is one of the longest rivers in the world and ranks as the world’s largest alongside the Amazon River in South America. You can see one of the sources of this incredible waterway at Jinja, which is about a two hour drive from Kampala through the Mabira forest. You can enjoy some boat trips around the lake and visit the hydroelectric power plant at Bujagali Falls. The area around Jinja is also known as the adventure capital of East Africa. You can enjoy mountain biking, horse riding, and other adrenaline activities. The town itself is also worth a visit to see some examples of colonial architecture.

20. Try the Food It’s always one of the best attractions to sample the local cuisine and Uganda is no exception to the rule. Enjoy a variety of tasty dishes to learn more about Ugandan culture. Fish features prominently on the menu due to the number of lakes and rivers in the country, such as tilapia with a peanut sauce. In addition to fish, meat stews are a popular food. The influences for flavor include Arabian, Asian, and English dishes. Indian spices and food were popular in Uganda, which have been incorporated into a number of dishes. Many of the different tribes in Uganda have their own traditional dishes. Traditional cuisine revolves around potatoes, vegetables, chicken, pork, fish, bananas, and yams. Peanuts and sesame seeds feature a lot in Ugandan cuisine and add a delicious flavor when combined with some of the other ingredients.
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  • This covers food Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily (local meals), car fuel, mosquito net, bathing soap, bottled drinking water, mosquito repellant, soap for washing, tooth pest, two sanitary towels, toilet roles, toilet air freshener, airport pick up and drop, beddings (bed sheets, mattress, pillow, and bedcover)
  • Not included: Flights, Entry Visa, Vaccinations, Travel & Health Insurance, mandatory project fees,and tour/safaris.

Important Information

Project activity: visiting families that are affected with aids, where some of the children we help stay, working at the farm, teaching the children computer skills, games, drawing, photography, bible study, and English. Let me know if there is anything we can change please and feel ok to share with us any new ideas.

Virtual projects
. Help find children sponsors for school fees, medication and scholastic materials.
. Help fundraise to start a goat farm for the orphans (Goal: $2500)
for more information get in touch with us.

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