About Us

Our History

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Meeme Children Foundation (MCF) is a grass root non-Profit ,non government (NGO) Children charity registration number: 800200004979184 started in 2013 September based in Nakaseke District in Uganda founded by miss Juliet Meeme Ugandan by nationality aged 28 years following her humble background of being brought up by her grand mother in a poverty-stricken home Juliet nearly dropped out of school in primary seven when her jjajja could no longer afford her education costs she was only helped by Good Samaritans going on with her studies becoming the first grandaunt in her clan 2012, Meme's journey of grace made her realize that every needy child needs a hand extended to them so they could realize their dreams she is so convinced that education is the key to success.

MCF AIMS

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Mcf aims at Empowering, encouraging, supporting and sustaining the lives of orphaned and abandoned children especially those in our local community so as to live in a happy, hopeful and God fearing environment for a brighter future.

 

We currently look after 100 children 43 in our mcf center home and 57 we help them at their guardian's home and support them with scholastic materials, fees accommodation, feeding and other necessities of life as well as giving hope to them through sharing with them the good news about Christ. we believe it’s our obligation to make them know the original God given purpose, plan and love for each of them thus Hope for their dreams coming into a reality. 

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When you want your gifts to really matter, there's one gift you can always count on to save the day - it’s the gift you give to MCF. Please make a donation today.


"Creating a world that is truly fit for children does not imply simply the absence of war. It means having the confidence that our children would not die of measles or malaria. It means having access to clean water and proper sanitation. It means having primary schools nearby that educate children, free of charge. It means changing the world with children, ensuring their right to participate, and that their views are heard and considered. It means building a world fit for children, where every child can grow to adulthood in health, peace and dignity."