Mwebaza Foundation, Inc.

For 10 years, the Mwebaza Foundation has assisted elementary schoolchildren in Uganda through its sister school program in Colorado. Your contribution will support the selfless effort of Colorado schoolchildren working to improve the lives of children in Uganda who desperately need a helping hand.

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Mwebaza Foundation, Inc. ​​​​​​​
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Headquarters Address
1103 Collyer St
Longmont, CO 80501
Colorado Location
1103 Collyer St
Longmont, CO 80501
Mailing Address
P.O. Box 353
Niwot, CO 80544
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Mission Statement

The Mwebaza Foundation's mission is to enrich the relationships among our Colorado and African partner schools through cross-cultural exchange and service learning that enhances educational opportunities, fosters a healthy learning environment, and promotes self-sufficiency.

Organization History

Through the Mwebaza Foundation, the students at our Colorado partner schools experience a broader education that deepens their cultural understanding, expands their worldview, and fosters a global mindset. In return, our Colorado partner schools and other community supporters raise funds to help with the various needs of our African partner schools. Towards this end, we have constructed schoolhouses, provided books and other classroom supplies, and aided the schools in feeding and caring for their students. As much as possible, we develop projects and programs with a focus on self-sufficiency, as our ultimate goal is to help our African partner schools fund, maintain, and improve themselves.


A Message from Headmistress, Mwebaza Primary School, Kyengera
In memories! Once from just simple penpal letters along with the cultural gifts, to now a mega foundation. An educational foundation that is bringing up kids from less privileged, needy and orphanaged pupils who may never achieved this chance. Ever since I the inception of the project, hundreds and hundreds have gone through our hands and they can smile and boasts of the foundation. Just to say, who would ever knew that. St. Paul, Nkokonjeru would have shinning class rooms from the grass thatched huts with lots of jiggers, now it is history. God Bless Mwebaza Foundation schools. Oh I cannot forget talking of kids having balanced diet . They have a life at school which is less stressful, clean water supply, nice uniforms, sports wear and lots more I cannot talk of as for now. All in all long live Mwebaza Foundation, long live the Mwebaza Foundation board, long live our partner schools.
The newly constructed Mwebaza schools, St. Paul Infant School, Nkokonjeru and Mwebaza Annex, Nkungulutale well fenced to give security to kids. The long lasting kind of furniture in schools with giant solar panels to give pupils enough light for morning and evening studies, learners fully availed scholastically. A dream is becoming in reality with the computer labs at schools for pupils to catch up the vast technology. Oh, the undergoing construction of classrooms at Mwebaza Infant School, Kyengera. This will future meet the growing demand for classes to give pupils a conducive study environment. The annual Mwebaza Foundation sponsored parties to parents and learners, where learners exhibit talents marked with prize giving away event. And by the time learners leave schools, they can be reliant from the knowledge and skills attained from our productive ventures. God Bless.

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