Are you dedicated to help vulnerable children and the community just like us? There are many ways you can support us. We have various proven ideas, from sponsoring a child, throughout volunteering and corporate partnerships, until unusual activities, such as fundraising in Smarties tube! Whatever you choose, you’ll contribute to the development of a vulnerable African community towards sustainability.
We, at VIVCOM work as a non-governmental organization towards the well-being of the most vulnerable communities in Uganda, such as orphaned children living in slums or young uneducated women. We run several programs designed for the needs of these specific groups. We can continue this work only with support of individuals and companies engaging in philanthropy.
Our work is made possible by individuals, companies and organizations who contribute to our projects and by volunteers who dedicate us their time and skills.
You can support Vision for Vulnerable Communities choosing one of the different methods we have to sustain our programs.Learn more
Sponsoring a child is a great way to experience joy of helping the children in need and make a long term impact on their lives.Learn more
Volunteering isn’t just about helping others however it can also cause a major uplifting change in your own life too! .Learn more
We have an opportunity of making you our organization Ambassador in your country. Discover how to do.Learn more
Leaving a gift in your will is an investment which will have a long-lasting impact, helping to build a better and brighter future for our communities.Learn more
You can shop the products of our local communities to support them and the projects we are carrying out.Learn more
We are passionate about linking tourism to rural community development so the ‘tourism dollar’ can reach the communities.Learn more
Many consider profit and social-environmental benefit to be inextricable, and businesses are adopting corporate social responsibility.Learn more
You can discover many other ideas to support our foundation and the communities we work with in Uganda.Learn more