The beneficiaries of our work
We have established accountable relationships with these communities and are now laser-focused on orphan care, empowerment and sustainability.

Top Care Infant School

When we engaged with Top Care, they had water problems, no desks, no toilets, no kitchen, no black boards and overcrowded classrooms. We have adopted this school to improve the living conditions and quality of education for the pupils attending here.

Katiko Primary School

Another school in the Mityana District that can benefit from strategic sustainability projects.

Trust Learning Center

Trust Primary School is the second community LoveGrows has engaged with long-term. During our tenure, we will provide sustainability and empowerment through projects ranging from water to facilities to sanitation to agriculture.

Ssese Primary School

A mere two kilometers from the Royal School & Orphanage where LoveGrows first started working, Ssesse Primary School is home to over 200 children. We will be working here to dig a much-needed well to provide clean drinking water to students and staff.

Morning Star School

Located close to the Royal School & Orphanage in Uganda, Morningstar is the second community of children to be empowered by LoveGrows. 300 children will benefit from construction and water related sustainability projects.

Royal School & Orphanage

Perched on top of a mountain in rural Uganda, the Royal School is where almost 650 children live and call home. With 35 acres and 40 staff-members ranging from cooks, gardeners, security guards, teachers and matrons, this was the first community adopted by LoveGrows.

Why these communities?

To the capacity our resources allow, we make relationships with organizations abroad who serve orphans, have a vision of sustainability, are financially accountable, and who share our values.