We are committed to transparency and accountability. We want everyone to know the outcomes that are being made when people partner with us to care for children and their communities.
We now have 9 monthly donors totaling $1,375 a month.
Our overall donations for 2017 was $25,205
$17,392 was given to the children’s home and clinic in Uganda! – which is $6,077 more than last year
For Bryan’s fundraiser so he could receive medical treatment after his heart attack $5,077 was given
Expenses (website, donation platform, insurance) for Lord’s Compassion Ministry totaled $2,736
Lufafa treated 90 patients
What was treated? 67 burn patients; 9 malaria patients, 2 pneumonia patients, 1 whooping cough, and various other medical conditions.
35 children in Buluuta received school supplies and are attending school
37 children are attending school in Mafubira and received school supplies
1 teenager is in vocational school (mechanic training).
16 children live in the children’s home where shelter, food, water, clothes, and other living supplies are paid for.
How many people visited Lufafa? 2, An American and a German
The Children’s Home
Every month Lufafa makes sure that 37 children have their school fees paid and have all required scholastic materials.
16 of the 37 children reside in a children’s home. The others live with friends or extended family. Each month donations go to pay for rent, clean water, food, clothing, and other supplies.
In July, the children received clothes, shoes, toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, and sponges for washing. Because of faithful donors the children were able to receive tables and chairs. They will no longer be sitting on the hard cement or ground.
Remember we were not yet a 501C3 nonprofit 🙂
- 31 children had the opportunity to go to school with scholastic materials.
- 18 of the 31 children were provided with housing, food, and clothes. (the other children live with extended family).
- Lufafa medically treated 172 patients.
- The clinic is free of charge. Lufafa serves people in his community, mainly children, who would otherwise not have access to medical care.
Details on construction of clinic in Mafubira
The septic tank building, the ceiling, and plastering was completed. The compound was leveled. Trees, grass, and flowers for designing the compound were bought and planted. Toilet and sinks were purchased.
How were donations spent?
- $3,000 for food
- $3,335 on education
- $700 rent
- $250 water
- $380 power for clinic
- $400 supplies (blankets, clothes, stove, paint)
- $850 Medical supplies
- $1500 Septic tank
- $900 other construction (see above)
- total of $11,315
Donations in 2016 almost tripled compared to 2015. Wow! I’m so thankful for everyone who has partnered with us!