Isaac’s House continues to be a personal charity with a vision to provide a secure future for children, adults and families in Uganda.
When Isaac’s House started supporting vulnerable children in 2009, the country was still recovering from decades of war and political instability.
Whilst conditions are now improving, sadly according to UNICEF there are 2.5 million children with no parental care.
There are currently 19 in the Isaac’s House family living in a safe and stable environment, and more importantly, with a place to call home. We have biological brothers and sisters growing up together with their Isaac’s House brothers and sisters. They are looked after by our team of local Ugandan staff who all form part of our family home.
Isaac’s House has taken the initiative to trace back families for our children. This has been years or research thanks for the patience of our staff. We work hard to ensure our children build up a relationship with their long lost relatives. They spend some time over the school holidays with them. We also have a ‘family day’ every August where we invite any relatives we have managed to trace to the house for a party. The children put on a dance show and food and entertainment is provided for all.
If you would like to sponsor a child with their education, please contact us.
Full name: Mukasa Brian Ivan
Full name: Nantongo Caroline
Full name: Amongin Constance
Full name: Wamakhuyu Denis
Full name: Wagaba Fredrick
Full name: Nakawesi Jazira Gift
Full name: Ayinomugisha Gloria Namara
Full name: Angemo Grace
Full name: Katongole Ibra
Full name: Nassali Jesca
Full name: Wanduyi Alfred David Junior
Full name: Okello Lawrence Peter
Full name: Atwine Mike
Full name: Kiwondo Moris
Full name: Tumuhimbise Nickson
Full name: Magola Ramson
Full name: Nakato Ruth Nakabugo
Full name: Wanduyi Samuel Christopher
Full name: Onyang Simon Peter