US$9,471.00raised of $10,000.00 goal
Happy New Year 2021 and thanks to everyone who have taken this Build A Home For Amos campaign to their hearts and generously supported us from breaking the ground to the roofing where we are now. I am so grateful for the far this project has come and yes, I am here again, kindly requesting you for your continued support towards the windows and doors purchase and installation, plumbing works, plastering as well as painting. A phase that's likely to cost us over $5000 USD more until we can move into this home. Every little bit counts and through prayer, love gifts, sharing this campaign and more, we can achieve this before March and Amos and two other homeless children (Stella and Gorette) will have a place to call home at Kitonzi Village. Thanks so much and can't wait to see what God will do these 2021 early months. Kindly share.
Roofing The Village HomeUpdate posted by AMOS KAGGWA at 07:26 am
***The Village Home Roofing Update***The one who started this good work in us is more than able to accomplish it. Out of the 100 ironsheets needed for the roofing of The Village Home (A Home of Restoration and Rest), God has provided 14 so far! It’s amazing to see how. . . . .
The Floor Is Now Fully Filled. Starting The Walls on MondayUpdate posted by AMOS KAGGWA at 01:59 pm
My birthday is loading... and I am so excited to see the progress happening on the home construction!Last year, June 13th, we were able to bless 213 children in Kitonzi Village with 213 pairs of closed shoes with the partnership of family and friends all over the globe and this. . . . .
Village Home UpdateUpdate posted by AMOS KAGGWA at 02:12 am
We can’t thank God enough for this progress but all we can do is, letting you know about what He is doing at the children’s village in light of building a home for Amos and a couple of children.Keep those prayers coming in please, for this home to be completed
The Village Home Update #1Update posted by AMOS KAGGWA at 07:26 pm
It is three days since I started the call for prayer to build a home at our children’s village and with great joy today, I received these photos from the village of the materials that have been purchased today to start off the work! 7,000 bricks, 5 trucks of sand. . . . .