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Serving orphaned and vulnerable children through:

Educational Scholarships

Sponsorship provides a child with the support he or she needs to attend school. Older children may also apply for scholarships to continue their education through vocational school or university.

Scholastic Materials

A sponsored child receives all the necessary materials to attend school. Some of these items include: mattresses, uniforms, shoes, sugar, mosquito net, etc. We also provide medical care for each child.


Our mission is to point each child to Christ in all we do. This is lived out through word and action by the leadership team in Uganda as they daily encourage, counsel, and interact with the children.

“Children are a heritage from the Lord…
like arrows in the hands of a warrior are children.”

– Psalm 127:3-4

Sponsor a Child

In each center, Soroti and Entebbe, we add children who are most in need to the Arrows + Hope waiting child list. Typically, these are children who have lost one or both parents, but in some cases, a child who has both parents can also be living in extremely difficult conditions.

Your sponsorship support of $30 or $60 per month truly makes a difference in the lives of these children!

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Latest Updates

Stories of Hope August 2021

Lawrence Ediangu has been a sponsored child since when we first began working in Uganda in January of 2015!  Lawrence grew up living with his grandmother.  His father passed away when he was young, and his mother remarried.  In Uganda it is common that when a woman remarries, the new husband will not provide or […]

Upcoming Golf Tournament!

Be sure to join us Tuesday, September 14, 2021 for the 6th Annual Golf Tournament to benefit the ongoing ministry of Arrows + Hope to the orphan and vulnerable children in Uganda.  It is always a fun time!  Golfers of all levels are welcome. This yearly golf tournament helps provide for expenses which occur beyond […]

Continued Lockdown in Uganda

Thank you all for your continued prayer for Uganda during this most recent Covid lockdown.  Unfortuantely, we have once again needed to delay our trip to Uganda due to the lockdown and travel between districts still remaining difficult.  We have been advised by multiple trusted people in different areas of the country not to travel […]