The objective of the Child Sponsorship program in Uganda is to provide an opportunity to every beneficiary of the program to reach their full God-given potential with the goal of raising future godly leaders, missionaries and highly motivated professionals to contribute to the development of the country.

HIV/AIDS has left a generation of orphans in Africa, particularly in Uganda, which has over 2 million Orphans. These children have been left to care for themselves and many have been forced to drop out of school.  Without an education, these children, and the generations beyond them, have little hope for a better future.  Orphans are the most ignored victims of the AIDS pandemic in Africa, and many of them have been abandoned in remote villages devoid of government programs. Their deplorable conditions call for urgent attention. Consequently, ACF Missions Inc. has been providing a Christian response through our Uganda Hope child sponsorship program. The Child Sponsorship Program provides an opportunity for individuals to invest their prayers and finances in the life of a child, who otherwise, would not have the opportunity for a bright future

Scope of the Program

The program caters for the most vulnerable children in primary and secondary school, including those who progress to the university in the Kabarole and Kumi Districts of Uganda.

In addition, ACF provides

  • Seed money for those who are not able to continue to the university or unemployed to start up a business
  • Medical support to the sponsored children
  • Spiritual counseling


Selection criteria

ACF Missions Inc. uses the following criteria to select the beneficiaries.

  • Must be an orphan
  • No living relative to care for him/her
  • No other source of sponsorship or inheritance



ACF Missions, Inc. works with nationals on the ground to motivate the children for academic excellence and to become godly citizens and leaders in their community. Churches and organizations and individuals are our partners in this daunting task. We request you to be a part of this effort to provide these children the access to basic education to improve their lives. You can help impact Africa, one child at a time. Your gift of

  • $30 per month pays for school fees, uniform, meals and medical care for a child in primary/secondary school
  • $1000-$2000 per year pays for a child to the university, depending on course of study/type of school
  • Two people can team up to sponsor a child in the university

How Do I Get Started?

  • Complete the sign up form on page?
  • You will be linked with one child/children
  • We will send you a Sponsorship Package that will include a photograph of your sponsored child and a brief background
  • Each sponsor receives photos, letters, and feedback from his/her sponsored child/children
  • At the end of each school year, you will receive a report and your child’s progress during the year.
  • ACF provides annual report on the Child Sponsorship Program
  • Each child/children will treasure the very thought that you care
  • Many children trapped in poverty feel unloved and worthless. Your letters, photos and prayers will mean more than you can possibly imagine
  • Being a sponsor will change the future for your child and will change your own life in the process.

Does ACF pay its volunteers?

ACF Missions Inc. volunteers and leaders are not paid salaries or benefits

  • 100% of all designated support go directly to the beneficiaries
  • All gifts are tax deductible
  • ACF Missions Inc. financial reports are available upon request


Program Outcome:

  1. ACF Missions currently sponsors 78 orphans and the needy at the elementary school, high school, technical institution and university levels. At present, we have a waiting list of about 25 children at the primary, secondary, and university level. These orphans need sponsors to provide education to them.
  2. At the end of 2013 school year, about 20 students have graduated from the university and other institutions of higher learning in Uganda, including a medical doctor, nurses, computer and information technologists, accountants, mass communication and other professionals. Many of these graduates have started impacting their communities, and assisting with the local resources needed to sustain our programs