The Charity and Committee

In the UK the Isaac’s House committee include;

Beth Hogg - "I have been involved with the charity after being introduced to Paul at a mutual friends wedding in 2009. My first trip to Uganda made me want to make a bigger commitment to Isaac’s House after seeing the real impact and difference opportunities can make to childrens lives. It is rewarding being part of a caring team of people who have become good friends."

Rachel Robertson - "I first visited Uganda in 2007 with my Uncle, Paul Howells. I fell in Iove with Uganda and the simple way of life. In 2011 I stayed at the orphanage for two months, getting to know all the children and teaching at their local school. It was an amazing and rewarding experience and incredible to see the children growing up and so happy. I am very proud of my Uncle, Isaac’s House charity and all the committee members for what we have achieved together and the positive difference it has made."

Hayley Gilroy - “I first visited Uganda in 2010 as part of a project to build the second orphanage with Isaac’s House. I immediately fell in love with the country, the people, the culture, and of course – the children. I could see how the charity were making a real difference to the lives of children affected by war, HIV and poverty as well as various other reasons. As a small charity, Isaac’s House can focus on each individual child’s needs and give them the childhood they deserve, and to help them reach their full potential. When I returned home from my first trip, I felt compelled to be involved even more. After various fundraising events, I decided to join the Isaac’s House committee. I am proud to be involved in such a wonderful charity and see the children grow up to be happy and healthy individuals, and to watch the charity grow and help more and more children since my first visit.”

Julia Wignall

Pauline Byrne

Peter Malone

Tony Grimes

Liam MyGuire

 

Website designed by volunteer Eric Bandle

 

 

Isaac’s House is a UK registered charity (1124542) supporting orphaned children in Uganda.