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King’s Kid School

Would you help transform the lives of disadvantaged students in Uganda?

Systemic poverty requires a holistic approach to making the Gospel known among the marginalized. Multiply partners Robert and Esther Mponye, founders of King’s Kid School, are working to bring not only quality education but essential vocational training to those who would otherwise be overlooked. Your support will help in providing lodging, food, supplies and tuition for these children during the academic year, allowing them to receive a Jesus-centered education and learn a marketable trade.

The public educational system in Uganda cannot encompass those students who are academically unable to keep pace with the government curriculum. This results in many children failing to pass national exams even at the primary levels. These children become discouraged and give up on pursuing education altogether, instead returning to their local villages to take on menial labor, enduring the scorn of their communities and the damage to their own self-esteem. To address this, the King’s Kid School was established. 

Your donations will go toward funding for:

  • Room and board in school dorms
  • School supplies
  • Teacher support

Read these testimonials from students who have been given new hope for their future:

“My parents divorced in 2019, leaving my mother jobless. My father, an alcoholic, refused to educate me. King’s Kid School helped me to complete a BA in education, as well as equipping me with business skills. Now, I run my own Decoration and Bridalwear business in Kampala.” (Amon Bazira, age 26) 

“Robert and Esther brought me into their house when I was only three years old. My teenage mother could not care for me, and they helped me to complete both Primary and High School education as well as three years in Early Childhood Education. Now I work with King’s Kid School as a teacher, and volunteer in children’s ministry at the Lifehouse Community Church.” (Saul Muwanguzi, age 22)

“My mother was struggling to care for us six children, and our father neglected us all. King’s Kid School educated me through to High School, and I am now attending the biggest university in Uganda, preparing myself for a career in Innovation Research.” (Israel Muwanguzi, age 24)

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