June 2019

A SUPER fun holiday

The PFP family knows how to study hard, and then on holidays, how to party hard! So many activities for all to keep busy with!

Ajuna, Heidi, Olivia and Michelle

Allan, Paul, Heidi, Arthur, Samuel and Michael

Birthday party

As usual, this holiday, we celebrated birthdays for all of the children whose special day falls between February and May. Thanks again to our birthday sponsor, there was a big swimming party, a huge dinner and sodas for all and gifts for the celebrants. What a fun time!

Ayaki and Samuel

Kiiza, Rebecca, Promise, Atim, Otiang, and Peace

Birthday Celebrations

As usual, we always take the time to make every child in our program feel special on their birthday. Happy birthday to our June birthday girls and boys! See below for pics of our June celebrants!

  • Chipa-June 3 (16 years old)
  • Jackie-June 12 (13 years old)
  • George Bush-June 13 (14 years old)
  • Apaita-June 14 (16 years old)
  • Luke-June 15 (11 years old)
  • Tikol-June 15 (20 years old)
  • Lojore-June 19 (16 years old)
  • Apurio-June 20 (11 years old)
  • Ketra-June 20 (6 years old)
  • Nantale-June 29 (12 years old)

Easter egg Hunt

A little late for Easter, but so much fun anyway! The Love Home children were introduced to the game of Easter egg hunting. A huge hit!

Career Guidance

Each holiday, we invite a guest to our home to discuss their profession with the elder PFP kids. Typically, the guest will discuss the job market, education required and offer an opportunity to ask and answer questions. This holiday, we had a deacon, professor and a dean of students to speak with the children. They discussed all sorts of different careers and ways to achieve success.  He shared life experiences, words of wisdom and his knowledge. So great!

Love Home Mural

Love Home mural work continues! Our AHU recipients, Charlie and Levy spend weekends at Love Home continuing to expand on the beautiful piece of art that is our perimeter wall. Its coming along nicely!

Levy and Love Home team

School Reward

Every term, we reward our students for a job well done in school. For those who excelled, they even get an extra reward. SO proud of these amazing kiddos!

Tracy

Sports Days

Three times a week, the PFP children head to the field to play soccer and other games and sports. Sometimes, they sit and chat and play cards, but always they enjoy the outdoor weather, and each other!

Girls, chatting at the field

Mark and Heidi, watching a football game

Back to School

It was a short, but packed holiday for the PFP family. Everyone has returned to school for the second term of the year. We know they’re going to rock it this term!

Kakuru, Kato, Joel and Fabian, heading off to Musana

Mark, off to Seroma

Nile River Farms

All 37 piglets continue to thrive and have now all been weaned from their mothers. Mamas are all doing well too.  Our 6th mother pig has conceived and now all 6 pigs are mamas!

We will be expanding the piggery and growing the current piglets until they can be sold (first pig sales are expected in September!). The hope is that we will be able to scale up this business model and start using profits to partially fund the organization’s operations.

During this school holiday, our farm manager is hosting classes on permaculture for the transition students. They are learning about permaculture design and creation of grow bed.

Transition boys, working on the farm

Moses (farm manager) and Heidi, admiring a mama pig

Ways to Get Involved

Sponsors needed

Oh my–so many opportunities to get involved at the moment.

Click the photos of the children below to learn more about them! If you are interested in becoming involved with PFP through a sponsorship, please send an email to: hope@peaceforpaulfoundation.org

Sylvia Longoli

We are looking for one  $85/month sponsor for Sylvia

Tikol Joseph

We are looking for one  $40/month sponsor for Tikol

Harriet Awuma

We are looking for one  $125/month sponsor for Harriet (or TWO $65/month sponsors)

Ojok Jacob

We are looking for one  $125/month sponsor for Ojok (or TWO $65/month sponsors)

Akuluti Clare

We are looking for one $35/month sponsor for the PFP Juniors Program.

Please contact us if you have any questions regarding any of these opportunities- hope@peaceforpaulfoundation.org.

The PFP Junior Program

The Juniors Program sponsors children in the PFP community to attend school.  The ages range from four years to sixteen years and we currently have 57 students who would be unable to attend school without the support.  These children all have families but poverty prevented them from attending school regularly.  We are so proud of these happy and hardworking students and their motivation to succeed!

This school holiday we hosted a party for all of the children in the program, including games and a nice meal!

Family Sponsorship Opportunities

We are always looking for general sponsors to help cover the extra costs associated with keeping The Peace for Paul Foundation operating smoothly and the children happy and healthy. Essentially, as a general family sponsor, you are the sponsor of ALL of the children. We have opportunities for Medical Family Sponsor, Dental Family Sponsor as well as Mental Health Family Sponsor. A Family Sponsor commitment can be – $25/$50/$100 per month.

Please contact us if you have any questions regarding this opportunity. hope@peaceforpaulfoundation.org

 

Bulungi Beads (BB) is another way PFP is helping the community.  We partner with moms in a local village who handmake all of the jewelry and bags out of paper beads.  We purchase the beads from them and showcase these items in our Etsy Shop.  Some of the girls in the PFP main program also help to handroll the beads. Click here to view the shop https://www.etsy.com/shop/BulungiBeads

Fast Facts: Origin of Paper Beads

  • It’s most likely that paper beads first originated in Victorian Era England.  Women would spend time together and use scraps of elaborate wallpaper (very common in homes at the time) to make the beads.
  • The women wrapped the strips of paper around their knitting needles and dipped them in bees wax to polish and protect the beads.
  •  Long strings of the finished paper beads were used as curtains and in doorways to divide rooms.

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Bulungi Beads Events

Are you interested in hosting a home party showcasing our Bulungi Beads jewelry and handbags?  It’s a great way to share our mission with your friends in the comfort of your own home.  Email us for more info at bulungibeads@gmail.com

Upcoming In Vancouver, WA

ROAR on May 19th at 7:30 PM. We would love to see you there!  Check them out at https://www.roarvoices.com.

GuideStar Platinum Level Participant

The Peace for Paul Foundation has earned the Platinum GuideStar Nonprofit Profile participation level (the highest possible)! This leading symbol of nonprofit transparency and accountability is presented by GuideStar, the world’s largest source of nonprofit information.

In order to be awarded the Platinum Seal of Transparency, The Peace for Paul Foundation included contact information, financial information, our goals, strategies, capabilities, indicators, and progress, helping us more effectively share our story with the world.

Check out our GuideStar Nonprofit Profile and tell us what you think:The Peace for Paul Foundation GuideStar Profile

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