Quarter Report GlobalGiving
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Quarterly report April 2022 - May 2022 – June 2022
We have raised money through GlobalGiving through one donor who is sponsoring one of our children long-term to go to school and sends us monthly a donation, this is approximately 264,04 usd
In addition, we had one sponsor who donated 5000 USD through GlobalGiving to us. We received a Pay out of 4633,07 EURO from GlobalGiving.
2. HOW WE SPEND THE MONEY
Schools opened again in Uganda. The payment of one sponsor for school education of a specific child will go to paying schoolfees, uniforms and scholastic.
Then the 5000 USD donation went also to the schoolfees to the donors sponsor child for education.
33 Sunday Wear outfits for the children
60 sweaters for the children at Hope Land Junior School
25 sweaters for children In Hope Land High school
23 sweaters for children at St.Matia School
Medical bills of 10 children
30 matresses for children
12 medical bills for children who were treated of Malaria
Easter Celebrations in Kampala
Easter Celebration for children in Jinja
3. BECOME ACTIVE FOR 22STARS
Help us to empower families in Uganda!
Our mission is to empower families in Uganda to rise above poverty. We use an integrated approach and focus on the development of economic, social, natural, human, and cultural capital. 22STARS collaborates with communities in Acholi Quarter in the capital Kampala and Danida in Jinja, who live in extreme poverty after having fled conflict zones in Northern Uganda and neighbouring countries
22STARS is run by Susan Laker, Aidah Wafula (Ugandan) and Stella Airoldi (Dutch/German). The trio first met in Uganda in 2009. Years of witnessing how entrepreneurship and education impacted Susan’s life, was the inspiration and motivation for the three to align their powers and start 22STARS. First they founded the 22STARS jewellery business in 2013; that sells beautiful products handmade from recycled paper by the women in Uganda. Then in 2017, the 22STARS foundation was registered in the Netherlands as an ANBI (Public Benefit Organization), and in Uganda as a Grassroot/Community Based Organization.