Heart to Heart Abandoned Kids' Home

The Heart to Heart Abandoned Kids' Home is a facility dedicated to taking care of children who are abandoned within the community. Located in the heart of Kawaala in Rubaga Division, Kampala District, this home provides a safe haven for young souls aged from 1 day to 8 years. We kindly request your support to enable us to continue our mission of caring for these vulnerable children.
The Kids' Home is committed to providing a loving and nurturing environment for children who have been abandoned by their parents. We are dedicated to providing shelter, food, medical care, and emotional support to these vulnerable children. Our ultimate goal is to empower them to become self-sustaining individuals and make a positive impact on society.

Medical Care
In addition to education and emotional support, the Heart to Heart Abandoned Kids' Home prioritizes the health and well-being of the children. We provide regular medical check-ups and vaccinations, ensuring each child receives the medical attention they need. Our infirmary is equipped with modern medical equipment and staffed by qualified healthcare professionals.

Foster Care and Adoption
We understand that each child's circumstances are unique, and we strive to find them permanent and loving homes. We work closely with foster parents and adoption agencies to facilitate the reunification of children with family members whenever possible. Our dedicated team supports and guides families through every step of the process, ensuring a smooth transition and the best possible care for the child.

Your Support Matters
The Heart to Heart Abandoned Kids' Home relies on the generosity and support of the community to continue our mission. Your contributions, whether through monetary donations, volunteering, or raising awareness, play a vital role in ensuring the safety and security of these children. Together, we can create a brighter future for these children, enabling them to overcome their past and embrace a brighter future.
The Heart to Heart Abandoned Kids' Home is dedicated to giving abandoned children the love, care, and support they deserve. With your support, we can continue to make a difference in their lives and ensure that each one has a place to call home and a chance of a brighter future. Please consider supporting us in any way you can and help us make a difference in the lives of these vulnerable children.

Rescued from neglect

We rescue vulnerable children from deep neglect from slum areas of Kampala and Wakiso from 3 months upto 5 years.
The Abandoned Kids' Home is in Kawaala.

We receive the kids when are very sick and malnourished. Their short lives had been full of incredible sadness and survival, not exactly what babies should be dealing with.

We thank God that our family is adding on members because of your support. May God Bless You.

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The Abandoned Kids Home in Kawaala.
The Abandoned kids are now part of a family that absolutely adores them, and they have a future that is filled with hope.

Our Orphanages recently have received many babies months old whom need great care. We ask for your prayers and financial support that we give these babies a future hope.

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Donation Total: $100.00

On 2nd February 2022 we received our second baby in the home we named Afooyo Gloria from Old Kampala police station. Gloria estimated around one and half years to two years was picked along Kabakanjagala Rd by a council from Justice centre who had seen her for a number of days by herself. She then took her to Old Kampala police station where we got her from. By the time we received her, she was all very dirty, with a very swollen stomach, her skin was full of cuts and wounds with some rash probably due to the circumstances she was exposed to. Gloria had all sorts of vices typical of children on the streets. She was so rough, abusive, fighting, teething, gearing among others. She was also challenged with communication. She could neither understand English nor Luganda which were the mode of communication in the home. We latter learnt that a certain lady claiming to be the mother stormed Old Kampala police station looking for her daughter. After the officer in charge of children questioning her, she claimed a friend brought her on the street to beg for survival. However, when asked about that friend who brought her on the street, the so called mother did not want to disclose the person but alleged that she had travelled back to Karamoja. This made me suspect that it could be the mother herself that brought her on the street to beg and kept monitoring her from a distance.

On the 7th March 2022 we received a baby girl about four to five months and named her Ayagala Tamara. She was abandoned on a verander of a one Nakawooya Mable a resident of Batanier zone in Ndeeba by unknown mother on 5th March 2022 at around 0300. She thereafter reported the case to Ndeeda police station in the company of her neighbor Nansubuga Hajara a Para social worker since she did not even have a phone. Given the condition of the baby and the fact that it was a weekend, they were requested to stay with the baby till Monday 7th when they handed over the baby to us from Katwe police station. By the time we received the baby, she was too weak to even cry, she was irritable, with a rash and looked very malnourished. It was very evident that she was not taken good care of and was starving.
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