The charity was set up in 2014 as a community based organisation. It was registered under the Non Government Organisation (NGO) Statute 1989 on 29th March 2016. Mission Save Uganda Foundation aims to tranform, through self-help initiatives, vocational training, relief and provision of assistance to the needy. The foundation welcomes enquiries from local orphanages, foster homes and schools.Subscribe to our monthly newsletter
MSUF is open 24 hours to support the local community in anyway possible; such as giving advice or providing accessible facilities
In addition to providing a fun form of excercise, soccer paves the way for educational scholorships that empower less fortunate children. Read More...
Generating a localised micro economy improves family life in small communities in Uganda. Exporting african fashion and accessories is just one avenue MSUF are exploring.
For as little as $40 per month we can send one child to school, feed and clothe them. To read more about sponsorship opportunities, click here.
MSUF have begun numerous training programs to encourage the villages vocational growth and personal development. Read more about our various programs here.
Give a man a fish and he can feed for a day, teach a man to fish and he can feed himself for a lifetime. Read more about our off-grid projects here.
Since forming MSUF we have pushed forward, establishing our offices in Komod, acquiring land to establish a permanent base and launching a few community programs.