Who We Are
Father to the Fatherless International is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to the well-being of the poor, abused, and neglected people of Uganda, East Africa. It was founded in October 2010, and designated as a 501c3 in June 2011, under the direction of Mathias Mulumba-- a former street child of Kampala, Uganda, who has a strong vision to see other children be given the same hope, purpose and future that he was given over ten years ago. The mission is simple: to offer a safe place to stay, food, medicine, and other basic needs to those who have nothing. We want to help the orphans, street children, single mothers and widows discover hope in this life. Please consider helping us!
THANK YOU to all who participated in our 2nd Annual CHRISTmas Bazaar! It was a fun event on a chilly day, but we still managed to raise over $900 for orphans and projects in Uganda! Yay! Merry Christmas!
MASTER PLANNING COMPLETION!
A special thanks to Engineering Ministries International and its volunteers for preparing an excellent final report and drawings for our master plan! We will begin fundraising for children's clusters and single mom apartments (as well as all the much-needed infrastructure on the land) very soon! If you or your church would like to help us, contact us to see how you can get involved... email@example.com
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Want to Help?
Here are some ways you can get involved with Father to the Fatherless International Ministries!
NEW T-SHIRTS ARE HERE!!!
Show off your pride for Father to the Fatherless in style! As you've seen in several of our new videos, these shirts are being worn all around the world! On the backside, you can learn the words for "love" in four other languages... Kupenda - Swahili; Amore - French; Okwagala - Luganda; and Uthando - Zulu. These are currently going for a suggested donation of $15 each, available in sizes Youth and Adult - Small through X-Large. Make your order today! All proceeds will go towards projects in the ministry. Get your love on! ORDER HERE