Isaac’s House charity has a vision to help and support children and families in Uganda. First established in 2009 we are very proud of all we have achieved. We currently help educate 32 children, support and empower 11 families and single mothers and pay life-long health care for 5 children. The Isaac’s House family live at James Dunn House of Hope and have access to food, healthcare, education and more importantly a place to call home.
As a small charity, we are able to be very transparent with our finances and help those in need. We are a personal charity and operate as a family. We are extremely appreciative of our sponsors, donors and supporters. The success of Isaac’s House and the positive difference that has been made to the lives of all the people we support in Uganda is wholly thanks to the passion, commitment and generosity of our supporters.
About Isaac's House
Who are Isaac's House?
Isaac's House currently support 35 children in Uganda thanks to our supporters and sponsors.
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Isaac's House provide children with a safe and stable place to live, regular nutritional meals, clothing, access to healthcare and education and most of all, a place to call home.
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8 July 2019
Urgent appeal: Heavy rain fall causes a family home to collapse
We support 11 families in the community. Connie is one of these children. We have supported Connie through her Secondary education and have been so upset to hear the news that her family home had been turned upside down in recent heavy rains.
16 May 2019
Weightmans staff trip to Uganda with Isaac’s House – week two
We’re into the second week of the Weightmans trip to Uganda. This week’s update features a visit to the botanical gardens and a football match.
13 May 2019
Weightmans staff trip to Uganda with Isaac’s House – part two
Welcome to the second edition of our Week 1 blog. The group enjoyed their well deserved day off on Wednesday with a trip to the equator and the craft markets in Kampala.