HHCHARITIES IS PROUD TO INTRODUCE OUR 2019 

“WHAT IF…?” UGANDAN STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS…

PATRICK MUTEGEKI 

Patrick is a college student currently taking courses for Metal Fabrication & Welding at Kituku Technical.

JOHN MUTEGEKI 

John is a college student studying Psychology & Counseling at the Bishop Magambo Counsellor Training Institute.

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WORDS OF APPRECIATION FROM PAST WINNERS

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In reference to the $500 scholarship that I was awarded earlier this fall, I’m writing to extend my gratitude and appreciation for your generosity. This scholarship will help me cover some of my personal expenses like travel and insurance for the upcoming year as I transition into a new program with Watson University. It has been with the help of generous institutions like HHCharities that I will graduate with a Bachelors of Science in Management with concentrations in Marketing and Entrepreneurship from Babson College this December, a world leading institution in Entrepreneurship.Again thank you so much for your generosity and may God bless you richly.

Elizabeth (Betty) Nakato

Thank you for your unfailing support for the least of these in Africa. I consider myself lucky to be a recent recipient of a $500 scholarship. Your generosity and relentless efforts to positively impact the lives of young people like me does not go unnoticed. Thank you for making a difference in my life. Your belief in my potential gives me much hope that the world can be made a better place, even for those of us who are not quite as privileged as others. My prayer is for God to continue blessing your efforts, as you continue to serve the disadvantaged peoples of the world.

Francis Lubuulwa

I would like to express my deepest gratitude for your generous $500 education scholarship. I feel so fortunate to have been selected as the recipient of this scholarship. Your generosity will allow me to pursue my dream as a great music composer of both Western and African music and, for that, I cannot thank you enough.

I plan to continue with my Music education up to Masters’ level and eventually build a career in the area of professional music production and performance. With this scholarship, I will be able to focus on my 

Click button below to read stories written by orphaned children in Fort Portal, Uganda, who are malnourished and impoverished. Their illustrations offer a small glimpse into an orphan’s world, a difficult one for which they have no control. These children know education is the only way out of a life of hardship and pain. They cry out, not for food, clothes, or shoes, but for someone to sponsor their education. We, at Humanitarian Hands Charities, heard their cries and saw their tears.

Jimmy Ayo

I want to take this opportunity to thank you very much for your continued support towards my education and career both as a Ugandan and an artist, and for the work you are doing for people in Uganda. You have truly changed the world and continue to do so in ways that many of us just dream of. I pray to God everyday that all the lives you have touched can use the same opportunity to multiply the generosity and bless many more. Clearly that is my goal and I am sure God will bless me enough to impact many more lives though my music and education just like you have impacted mine.
Thank you very much, and may God continue to bless you! 

Peter Mugga

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