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Your donation will make a huge difference to the lives of our children & community                                              

1.  Donate Online 


Visit our charity page on BT MyDonate



2. Join our ‘Sponsor a Child’ programme via a regular ongoing donation (details below)

Download a Direct Debit Form (pdf 72KB)

Download a Gift Aid Certificate

3. Send a Cheque

Please make cheques payable to: “Children of Uganda (UK)” and post to Dawn Perry, Children of Uganda (UK), 3 Fleet House, 6 Victory Place, London E14 8BG

4. Or contact Dawn Perry at Children of Uganda (UK) on: to help organise your donation for you.

How you can donate


  • Monthly sponsorship of £10 per month allows us to support the educational needs of one child through primary education.

  • Monthly sponsorship of £20 per month helps towards other educational needs, such as uniforms, stationery, etc as well as contributing towards the higher cost of secondary education.

  • Individual sponsorship designed for specific children with special needs, to see them through their full education. Such sponsorship is undertaken via direct agreement with the involved parties.


  • Ongoing or one-off donations can be made to one of the following programs:

  • Construction of the health and community centre and other infrastructure like the borehole, power generation, etc.

  • Adult education classes.

  • Women’s Self Help groups (income generating activities).

Support in kind

  • We are looking for medical students, nurses, doctors, dental professionals, teachers, builders or anyone who would like to make a difference by helping out in our programs in Butansi village and the Kamuli district in Uganda.

  • We have quite a small team in the United Kingdom, so we are looking for people who can volunteer and help with BSUF fundraising events in the UK.

Suggested fundraising events for our programs:

  • A sponsored event like a walk, run or a bike ride

  • A bake sale in your work, school, university and/or church community.

  • Support through your local school – where they may have a charity day; eg ‘non uniform’ days.

  • Organise a fundraiser dinner with friends & family.

We can provide you with Information packs.

Thank you.