• KIMBRA FOUNDATION LAUNCH CEREMONY, MAY 2014
    KIMBRA FOUNDATION LAUNCH CEREMONY, MAY 2014
    Kimbra Foundation Launch Ceremony
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  • MY STORY... MISS UGANDA.
    MY STORY... MISS UGANDA.
    “I’ve been given the opportunity to stand up and be the light … be the hope!”
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  • WHO WE SERVE
    WHO WE SERVE
    Learn How Kimbra Empowers the Youth of Uganda … helping them become tomorrow’s leaders!
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  • HOW WE MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF AFRICAN CHILDREN
    HOW WE MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF AFRICAN CHILDREN
    Learn More About The Kimbra Foundation
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  • HOW TO GET INVOLVED
    HOW TO GET INVOLVED
    Learn More or Sponsor A Child
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  • BECOME A SPONSOR
    BECOME A SPONSOR
    The greatest way you can impact the life of a child is through sponsorship. Find out how…
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  • VIDEO: The Need is Great!
    VIDEO: The Need is Great!
    Hear Barbara Kimbugwe speak about why she started The Kimbra Foundation
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  • Trip to Uganda – January 2015
    Trip to Uganda – January 2015
    Trip to Uganda 2015
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  • KIMBRA FOUNDATION LAUNCH CEREMONY, MAY 2014
  • MY STORY... MISS UGANDA.
  • WHO WE SERVE
  • HOW WE MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF AFRICAN CHILDREN
  • HOW TO GET INVOLVED
  • BECOME A SPONSOR
  • VIDEO: The Need is Great!
  • Trip to Uganda – January 2015

Barbara Kimbugue

Dear Friends,

Thank you for your interest in the Kimbra Foundation. As you explore the information on our website, I’m sure in no time at all you will fall in love with our KIMBRA KIDS just as I have.

During my reign as Miss Uganda 2004-2005, I had the opportunity to travel to numerous villages throughout Africa … especially to war torn areas like Gulu in Northern Uganda, and the slums in Kampala. Here I visited with the people and witnessed first-hand the needs of each community. What I found in most cases was a desperate need for even the most basic human necessities such as medical care, food, shelter and clothing. And the precious children are the most undeserved of all.

Since then, I dreamed of one day starting a foundation that would allow people of all walks of life to share their good fortune and help alleviate the suffering in Uganda. And so the Kimbra Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, was born.

Our Mission at the Kimbra Foundation is to nurture and support the underprivileged children of Uganda by providing opportunities for them to flourish. By providing basic necessities and education, the foundation aims to cultivate communities with morally upright, socially balanced and academically capable children. To do this, the Kimbra Foundation partners with The Vincent Alex Boarding Primary School in Mukono Town. This school is dedicated to serving orphans and very poor children in the region and is near and dear to my heart because it is the school where I received my own education. I have such good memories of my time at Vincent Alex and am so excited to be able to help provide children with the same opportunity I had.

Please join me in supporting this worthwhile cause and helping us make a difference in a child’s life. No sponsorship amount is too small – every bit makes a difference. If there are other ways you believe you could provide support, please reach out to me.

Thank you in advance for your generosity and support,

Barbara

Barbara Kimbugwe

President and Co-Founder, the Kimbra Foundation

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    Ssekindi Cyrus

    Cyrus is 12 years old and currently lives with his maternal aunt after his father died in 2010.

    $59 Donated
  • Nakalanzi-Danitah

    Nakalanzi Danitah

    Danitah is 5 years old and lives with her parents. The family is struggling financially.

    $59 Donated
  • kawuka-hannington

    Kawuka Hannington

    Both hhis parents are financially unstable, but in need of your help to get Kawuka to school.

    $59 Donated
  • nsamba-olga

    Nsamba Olga

    Olga lives with her parents and get good grades in school but are struggling to make ends meet.

    $59 Donated
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