Helping to make lives better in Eastern Uganda
What we are trying to achieve
Sometimes problems feel too big to solve – like poverty.
3H came into being because two of our trustees visited Eastern Uganda and saw at first hand ways in which a small amount of money could make a big difference to the individuals they met.
Our projects are those that our beneficiaries believe will make their lives better – our role is to listen and enable.
We are developing partnerships with local agencies and others working in the area to make our input more effective.
At present our work is focussed on the lower levels of Maslow’s hierarchy of need ensuring food, water, warmth and rest together with safety and security.
More details of our achievements can be seen on the projects page.
100% of the money donated to 3H goes directly to our beneficiaries – there are no paid staff and overheads are covered by the trustees.
If you would like to get involved you can sponsor a child at the Jackie School for £10 a month or a student at Livingstone International School for £1000 a year. Sponsors receive monthly newsletters and updates.
Our mission is to prevent and relieve poverty in Eastern Uganda by providing grants, items and services to individuals in need, or to organisations working to prevent or relieve poverty.