Awinjo House is primarily funded from families, individuals, churches, and businesses who give of their finances to see orphaned and vulnerable children loved, restored, born again, and sent into the nations of the earth to share the love of Jesus and the message of the gospel. And because Awinjo House is a registered non-profit with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status, all of your donations are fully tax-deductible.
We have an exciting opportunity to open a bakery in Tororo Town that will fully fund the work here at Awinjo House, as well as other ministry partnerships that are available around the world. While this project has been in the idea phase for almost 2 years, we have made real progress so far in 2018, and are hoping to open for business in early August.
Our goal is to raise an additional $5,000 – $9,000 to complete this bakery project with excellence and serve our town and community with fresh-baked goods, coffee, milkshakes, takeaway snacks, and muffins.
We provide for a child’s greatest need: a loving home. So in contrast to providing support for an individual child, our partners are given the opportunity to partner with the entire orphan care community
And because our Directors, volunteers, interns, and foreign missionaries have a separate source of income, 100% of your partnership goes directly to the children to provide everything that they need.
Each of these items will greatly benefit and vastly improve the orphanage while boosting the attitudes and morale of the students and the staff. Please write which project that you are giving towards in the ‘Additional Notes’ section of the next giving page.
Like the majority of cross-cultural missionaries around the world, all of the foreign missionaries, interns, and volunteers at Awinjo House have the privilege and responsibility of raising their own team of donors who will give to their families to provide their financial needs.
The Campbells have been the Directors of Awinjo House since September of 2016. Jeremy & Danielle are from the Atlanta-area, and have 6 children.