Yonder Land

In 2014, we set out to fundraise for $75,000 for the purchase of land in Kabarole district in Western Uganda. Of the 30 acres we planned for, through the support of our partners we have so far raised money and bought 13 acres. The need for more 17 acres of land is still there and we need your involvement to achieve our goal and ensure long-term sustainability of the communities we serve and livelihoods. The need for more land is still there and we need your involvement to achieve our goal and ensure long-term sustainability of the communities we serve.

We hope to construct five children homes to accommodate twelve children each with a resident caretaker. We hope to build a multi-purpose hall where we would all gather as one big family to eat and fellowship together, guest houses for the volunteers we will receive who will come to serve alongside us and other houses to accommodate the workers who will help us run the project. For the Children’s Home, we will only take in children who are extremely vulnerable and work hand in hand with their living relatives 

to reunite them with their family members. We realise that the best person to raise a child is within a family setting. Yonder Homes will be a temporary residence for majority of the children. Total orphans will stay longer with us until we find foster homes for them or they get adopted.

Our plan is to be a self-sustainable organisation and not rely completely on donor aid. We will construct a primary and high school on site for about 1,200 students. The tuition collected from the students will provide extra income for Yonder Life. We will have teaching staff that is passionate about nurturing young minds and guiding them towards responsible adulthood. We will also encourage our people all over the world to join us as volunteers and take time off to give six months or a year to come to Africa and teach Ugandan students.

Yonder Land

In 2014, we set out to fundraise for $75,000 for the purchase of land in Kabarole district in Western Uganda. Of the 30 acres we planned for, through the support of our partners we have so far raised money and bought 13 acres. The need for more 17 acres of land is still there and we need your involvement to achieve our goal and ensure long-term sustainability of the communities we serve and livelihoods. The need for more land is still there and we need your involvement to achieve our goal and ensure long-term sustainability of the communities we serve.

We hope to construct five children homes to accommodate twelve children each with a resident caretaker. We hope to build a multi-purpose hall where we would all gather as one big family to eat and fellowship together, guest houses for the volunteers we will receive who will come to serve alongside us and other houses to accommodate the workers who will help us run the project. For the Children’s Home, we will only take in children who are extremely vulnerable and work hand in hand with their living relatives to reunite them with their family members. We realise that the best person to raise a child is within a family setting. Yonder Homes will be a temporary residence for majority of the children. Total orphans will stay longer with us until we find foster homes for them or they get adopted.

Our plan is to be a self-sustainable organisation and not rely completely on donor aid. We will construct a primary and high school on site for about 1,200 students. The tuition collected from the students will provide extra income for Yonder Life. We will have teaching staff that is passionate about nurturing young minds and guiding them towards responsible adulthood. We will also encourage our people all over the world to join us as volunteers and take time off to give six months or a year to come to Africa and teach Ugandan students.