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Given the way all communities were affected by covid, we need help with portraying our services and content and social media platforms in a standard format in order for us to clearly communicate to Donors and Volunteers.

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Bujagali- jinja uganda, Jinja, Bidondo 256, UG

Mission Statement

We aimed at developing a community with access to all human basic needs. To create an endless smile to orphans and vulnerable people in our community. To create an educative community. To bridge the gap between local people and volunteers.


Igulu foundation was started in 2018 and fully registered in 2020 with the Ugandan government.
We are found in Uganda East Africa in jinja city formally jinja district at a village called Bujagali which is located along River Nile.
Our goals are
To create a home for the homeless people like the orphans.
To support kids towards their education as a way of creating educative community.
To establish a learning center for those who can not afford to meet school dues.

Our programs.
1. We care for orphans
2. We sponsor kids towards their education
3. Tee empower and support single mothers with some basic needs.
4. We involve in agriculture and empower local Farmers
5. We host volunteers.
6. We do art and crafts.

Our achievement.
We managed to sponsor twenty children towards their education by paying for them school tuition and giving them scholastic materials.
We are able to care for thirty orphans by giving them all their basic needs.
We are able to support twenty single mothers by giving them some basic needs like soap, cloth, food and some seed crop.
We are able to support 10 local farmers by providing them with high quality seeds and gardening tools.


Computers & Technology
People with Disabilities
Community, Computers & Technology, People with Disabilities


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Web Design
  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Community Outreach
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Internet Research




  • Volunteers can give in any number of hours that are convenient to them

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