Please start helping Kassanda’s children today!

Thank you for your support of KASSANDA CHILDREN’S AID (KCA). a nonprofit organization, operating with a aim of providing care & support to Vulnerable Children, and their caregivers/Women and youth in Kassanda District of Uganda.

Your donation will be processed by Charity Director, a registered US-based 501c3 non-profit and is tax-deductible.



We urgently need volunteers. Many hands can make our hard work lighter!

Please contact us if you can lend a hand in assisting the less privileged through one of the following:

  • Giving a cash donation for a specific project or general support;
  • Making a donation for our Children Welfare Project (CWP);
  • Giving a one time, a monthly or yearly donation toward a specific issue close to your heart, i.e., Orphans’ Home Construction, Education, combating HIV/AIDS, helping orphans who are living in abject poverty, or rural development;
  • Providing information on possible sources of funding;
  • Volunteers and Interns to work with KCA for a specific time;
  • Fundraising for Kassanda OVCs Education Project (KOEP).

KCA needs your donations; Act Now in Any Way Possible! 

No amount is too small not to be welcomed by KCA. Your contribution, however small, will have a great impact on the lives of girls and boys who are the street kids of Kassanda District, Uganda.

Examples of what your donation will buy:

  • $8 provides an insecticide-treated Mosquito net for prevention of malaria;
  • $400 provides school fees, breakfast, lunch and scholastic materials for one child for an entire YEAR;
  • $100 provides enough sanitary pads for a female child in the hard-to-reach communities of Kassanda for a year, so that she can stay in school;
  • $300 provides support for a community sanitation workshop on HIV/AIDS and poverty;
  • $1200 provides a family with a cow for milk production and income generation;
  • $100 provides a family with a goat for livestock development;
  • $100 helps a family establish a kitchen garden to improve their nutrition;
  • $30 provides a solar lantern so that a student can read after dark.

Our donations are managed through, a USA-based 501(c)(3) registered organization.