We are a non profit located in Jinja, Uganda with a home for 12 children who used to live and sleep on the streets.

 

Our vision is simple. Love. It's what our name means. 

The streets of Uganda are home to many children. Some do not have parents, some have ran away from abuse, some have been driven away by their own family.

Our goal is to physically support, spiritually nurture and properly educate former street children, therefore strengthening their capacity to become responsible, self-reliant citizens who understand their God-given potential. We provide a home.

 
 
The first few seconds with the first few boys in their new home even before getting out of their old street clothes.

The first few seconds with the first few boys in their new home even before getting out of their old street clothes.

Joel and Bosco

Joel and Bosco

How it all started

We are not some big organization that has been around forever. Raoul is 29, from the DRC, Robbie is 21, from Canada, Brian is 22, from Uganda. Anyone can make a positive difference in someone's life, at whatever age they are at, if they realize something simple called opportunity.

Learn how it all began

What's with our name?

Most people, when they hear our name, ask:

"Kwaa Ga What?"

The word "Kwagala," when translated from Luganda, the local language here to English means love.

Why the funny sounding name?