We are committed to changing families from dependency to self sustainability.

Bringing Hope to the Family USA is the sister organization of Bringing Hope to the Family Uganda established in 2000. Together, we are a nonprofit organization which continues to provide basic needs, education, and clean water to orphans and displaced families in the Kaihura Village of Kyenjojo District, Uganda.

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Community Development

Learn more about our clean water initiative and how you can join us in building clean water wells in Uganda!


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Emergency Relief Fund

Help us meet unexpected specific needs in Kaihura village


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Education

We believe education is the key to a brighter, self-sustainable future


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Scholarships

Let's give all children an opportunity at higher education.


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Medical

Learn more about our medical facilities and how we supported the Kyenjojo District through COVID-19.


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Sustainabilitiy

Our goal is to foster self-sustainable living to permanently improve the livelihoods of our community!


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A Taste of Hope

Community Development

We believe it is a basic human right for all people to have clean, sanitized water. Learn more about our clean water initiative and how you can join us in building clean water wells in Uganda!

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Key to a Brighter Future

Education

New Hope Vocational Training Institute provides training in areas such as tailoring, knitting, carpentry, business communications, English, and agricultural practices for orphans who were unable to return to school after parents or caretakers unexpectedly pass.

Hope Again Nursery and Primary School specializes in providing education and care to children with disabilities from Home Again Children’s Home.

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A Helping Hand

Medical

Hope Again Medical Clinic offers HIV and AIDs positive treatment to orphans and their caretakers, in addition to general medical services for local communities.

Hope Again Children’s Home cares for children ages 2 months to 17 years old by providing opportunities for youth to attend school, live healthy lives, and oftentimes attend university. The goal is to educate children to break their cycle of poverty and become leaders in their communities.

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Addressing unexpected specific needs

Emergency Relief Fund

As the past 20 years and COVID-19 has taught us, we cannot anticipate natural disasters, tragedy, chronic illnesses, or a surge in overall needs in our communities, even with the best planning.

We’re launching an emergency relief fund to address unexpected specific medical needs such as discovery of cancers, tumors, chronic illnesses, and congenital diseases. Oftentimes, it’s orphans who are in need of emergency medical procedures who benefit from this relief fund.

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Families and Children

Scholarships

We serve our families and children for more than just a particular season. We fund as many young adults as financially possible into higher education and our goal is for all BHTF children to have the opportunity of seeking higher education. 

For 2021, we are fundraising $150,000 to send three young adults to a three-year vocational/professional school in Uganda.

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Growing Together

Sustainability

We walk alongside BHTF’s children and families throughout their lives because we believe the key to changing the future of Uganda is fostering long-term sustainability. 

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Kyongera Farm provides access to healthy produce for students, families, and staff of BHTF. We aim to improve overall nutrition and create further sustainability in Kyenjojo.