Homeless child background imageTwo homeless Ugandan boys

How to help

How to help Homes of Promise

Donate and other ways to help, give or get involved.

The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’ Matthew 25 v40

Donate via Paypal

As a registered charity Paypal only takes 1.4% commission. For every pound you donate we receive 98.6 pence.

Are you able to knit?

Due to your extremely generous efforts we now have lots of ‘fish and chip’ baby clothes.

Can we ask that if anyone wishes to contribute further, they use the ‘fish and chip’ toddler pattern instead.

Toddlers knitted jumpers
Knitted clothes for babies
Fish and chip baby clothes

What about arranging an event?

At your home or church…Afternoon tea or coffee morning or for those more energetic a run or cycle ride in aid of Homes of Promise.

Tea party for charity
Sponsored run for charity
Sponsored cycle ride for charity

What about getting your church involved?

Jesus Church, Forty Hill, St Marys and All Saints, Willingham and The Church of the Ascension, Wembley Park are supporting us in different ways through annual support, one off events and gifts of clothing and knitting. Could your Church support us?

Jesus Church Forty Hill
Willingham church
Church of Ascension in Wembley

Medical supplies

Any medical supplies, plasters, bandages, rubber gloves etc. are really appreciated. Please note it costs approximately £2 per kilo to ship things out

First aid kit
Selection of bandages
Medical supplies for charity

Pray for the ministry

All that Homes of Promise do is underpinned in prayer, we really value your prayers for the boys and those we serve. Also, for wisdom and guidance to discern day by day how best to serve the people of Uganda.