Friends, here at CFYDDI we will not stop bring you our community voices and thanking you again for investing in our well- being!
Informing you on how you can continue supporting our community effort and better our work and letting you know our funding needs.
Here at CFYDDI we are always finding cheaper ways to provide a service for everyone in rural communities in education, healthcare and community self help initiatives. Some of our program supporters, field travelers, and ambassadors from Global Giving and elsewhere have visited us here at CFYDDI and verified the work we are doing and we have been vetted by Global Giving’s rigorous due diligence process and this has further been cemented by 2 of our supporters giving us a score of 10 with the following feedback:
“Those who started this still work all day, every day to make sure that children are safe, healthy and educated. They do not use the money for anything else. They continue to expand their services as they are able. CFYDDI is truly an example of what an on-ground non-profit should look like. We know the people, we know their work. We shall continue our support gladly.”
“Good cause, worth supporting” Build a Community Centre for 300 Ugandan Youth
Thanks to all those that have been visiting us and for all the feedback we received from you. We want more opportunities to get feedback directly from you all. This feedback is valuable in understanding more about how you our supporters react to our project reports and programs as this provides an opportunity for you to share your thoughts on the work that we are doing and as a result you help us improve our work and how we can improve and build more partnerships.
We kindly invite you to recommend our projects to a friend, Family member, or colleague for fundraising through this coming festive season.
More funding support of $4046 will allow us;
• Buy play items for children to swing, run around, and equip children’s play Conner that suits a modern play and learning center,
• Pay a stipend allowance for care takers;
• Pay an allowance for the teachers and volunteers,
• Put a meal on the table for the children,
• Enroll more vulnerable children attend the Early Child Development program,
• Pay for learning materials and visual aid,
• Paint the chairs and study rooms for children with attractive colors’,
• Paving the ground to cover the mud when it rains.
Together we can do more to bring meaningful services in previously undeserved communities.