Our CEO, Brian Kirumira, once again is Meeting different individuals to see which projects they can do to reduce poverty and earn a living.
Our CEO, Brian Kirumira, once again is Meeting different individuals to see which projects they can do to reduce poverty and earn a living. #bryanwhitefoundation
Meeting a reformed youth criminal gang at the Bryan White Foundation offices, am so touched by the confessions of these young boys who have been fighting so hard to make ends meet.
Yesterday we intensified our campaign of seeing criminal gang members go through a reform and rehabilitation process to start a fresh life.
The foundation is planning to set up a facility to accommodate them as they acquire technical skills individually. This will guide them to a start a criminal free life and become productive citizens.
CEO Bryan White live on 93.3 KFM
Any youth who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life, make yourself available for new challenges. #BryanWhiteFoundation
Our courtesy visit to Mapeera Bakateyamba Home of elderly in Nalukolongo in Kampala district. The home of the homeless is looked after by Good Samaritan Sisters under the Catholic Church. The foundation held prayers, cleaned up the area and participated in entertainment with them. As part of the work, the foundation also provided food items, Soft drinks, Basins, Jerrycans, cleaning blushes and soap which are the mostly needed items at the home.
We applaud the sisters for the good work of helping the elderly. The work being done here is great, we thank the sisters for this great job and pledge to always come in handy when and where we can.
We agreed to fight together on the challenges they face and we pledged to a standby generator worth 92M and also finish their perimeter wall valued at over 30M
Mapeera Bakateyamba's Home (MBH) Nalukolongo was started in 1978 by the Late His Eminence Emmanuel Cardinal Nsubuga.
This home was initially supposed to accommodate the elderly from war torn areas and those who didn't have any family members to look after them. The home has people from Rwanda, Congo, Sudan, Tanzania, Christians and non-Christians.