Happy Father's Day!

June 12, 2017

Father’s Day is widely celebrated across the United States, and it represents the gratitude that we have for our fathers and father figures.  In most cases, fathers take on many roles in a family. Fathers are caretakers, providers, and leaders.  Whil... Continue reading »

Happy Mother's Day

May 14, 2017

Dear Mothers at God’s Hope Primary and High School, Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms of our sweet little children. Thank you for entrusting your little ones in our care by allowing us to love, feed, and educate them on a daily basis. We wanted to s... Continue reading »

First Term Update at God's Hope Schools

April 19, 2017

It’s a new school year, and a new year for Simone’s Kids! 2017 is bringing many new things for us as an organization. We are excited to have 2 interns from the United States teaching at our primary school in Uganda for the year, and they have already... Continue reading »

The Shoe That Grows

January 30, 2017

When a child’s shoe is no longer the correct size, most of us are fortunate enough that we can go to the store and purchase a new pair for them. Whether it be for an infant, a teenager, or any age in-between, a new pair of shoes is very accessible an... Continue reading »

Just One More

June 06, 2016

This is Gerald Masereka. He likes to go by his nickname, Junior. Junior is the youngest of 3 boys, and all of them attend our high school. When Junior and his brothers were growing up, they had an abusive, alcoholic father who was also a police off... Continue reading »

Business of People

October 15, 2015

In any business, most people would agree that…people are the most valuable asset. It is funny how as people we determine we are the most important ingredient in any successful business. You need people that care about their work and the people it aff... Continue reading »

The Library Story

September 15, 2015

As some of you may know, we recently built a library for God’s Hope Primary School. Below you will find the full story from the point of view of the sponsors. The blog is written by Don and Sandy Detar, who wanted to build the library in honor of th... Continue reading »