The Peace for Paul Foundation operates two family homes.
Love Home for Girls provides a safe, loving family environment for girls between the ages of 0 and 18.
Hope Home for Boys provides a safe, loving family environment for boys between the ages of 0 and 18.
Each home is managed by one social worker, three caretakers, and two security guards. Additionally we employ a full time nurse and a full time mental health therapist who live on site at Love Home. There is a maintenance person and his assistant who rotate between all three homes as well as an Operations Manager that oversees the entire program in Uganda.
We provide housing, food, clothing, and security in a healthy environment with support, supervision and socialization. The Peace for Paul children are given the necessary tools to grow and to become functioning citizens of their community, in order to break the cycle of poverty they were born into. We are working with one child at a time and firmly believe that we CAN change the world one life at a time.
In most cases, when a child enters into our main program, it is because they no longer have living parents. Sadly, many are not wanted or would simply not be safe at home with living relatives. However, when possible, we work with families to resettle children who may thrive with a little bit of help. We provide education to relatives, and provide the children with education and basic necessities. This takes the financial burden of caring for a child off of the relatives shoulders and allows them to provide the most important thing–love, support and FAMILY. Our social worker makes routine visits to ensure the safety and well being of the child that has been resettled.