LOT2545 serves high-risk and disadvantaged youth in Kampala, Uganda, Africa along with employing single moms with fair wages for their creative works. Because of talented and dedicated volunteers in the US, 98 cents of each dollar donated is spent directly impacting lives in Uganda.
From our original effort to serve young men in Kampala, we have expanded to help others in need. In 2021, we are committed to providing educational classes for young women in the areas of health, life choices, and entrepreneurship.
LOT2545 is looking for passionate and talented individuals to join our board. The board meets a minimum of 4 times a year and regularly communicates through email. Depending on your area of expertise, 2-3 hours a week may be required to accomplish our goals.
We are currently looking for people with experience in the fields of:
marketing and merchandising to create awareness of our craft/jewelry line and increase our partner stores
fundraising and grant writing
communication and social media
networking and volunteer recruitment
If you are interested in joining an organization that is passionate about youth development and empowerment, LOT2545 is for you. We are a registered 501c3 in the US and a registered NGO in Uganda.
LOT 2545 works to provide true justice and compassion for the least of these in Uganda by providing opportunities to heal and pave their own way for a better future.
We work in Kampala, Uganda with teenage boys that used to call the streets home. We provide a safe space, off the streets, where they can begin to heal and prepare for their futures. We also work with a wonderful group of ladies, providing fair wages for their handmade creative works.
Children & Youth
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
January 3, 2021
Market Research / Analysis
Grant Writing / Research
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
The Board meets at a minimum 4 times a year, but communicates regularly through email. Depending on your expertise, it would require approximately 2-3 hours a week.