Each month we contribute a small monetary donation to the less fortunate in Uganda.
Our partnership with International Schools Partnership (ISP) has been a passion of our director, Michael, for years now.
At the beginning of each month, we now receive a heartwarming report from ISP about what difference our support made. From food for communities, menstruation pads for girls at schools to office support and teachers’ salaries.
We continue sending financial support to provide basic food and supplies in urban slums and village communities during COVID-19 outbreak. Here are some pictures sent to us by the program coordinator Kasujja.
There are 2,500,000 orphan children in Uganda. Many of these children live in slum villages and have very little to no access to clean drinking water, food, clothing, adequate shelter or access to education. When we learned of the situation there we had to do something about it. Head over to our earlier blog post to read our directors’ personal story Why Total Green supports International School Program (ISP) in Uganda.
What can YOU do to help?
Ask in your office about any unused electronics lying around.
Technology donations can be converted into cash to support these and many more projects during these trying times.
We believe we can all make a difference somehow.