By Sophan Niwamanya
Kabale based nongovernmental organization Good Samaritan -Uganda, on Sunday donated food to Grace Villa Home and Sanctuary for Vulnerable Girls Kabale.
Grace Villa Girls is a loving home and sanctuary for orphans, abandoned and abused children, equipping them with programs that empower and interventions that meet their health, academic, social and psychological needs
The items were handed over yesterday at Grace Villa Home in Makanga Kabale Municipality by the Directors of Good Samaritan – Uganda Kennedy Rwaboona and Chrispine Musimenta Rwaboona together with other members of Good Samaritan- Uganda staff.
According to Musimenta as an organization to help others to become better as a culture they decided to visit Grace Villa with items including soap, rice, breads, sugar among others aimed at helping the girls in their wellbeing.
She added that they aim at helping people who are unfortunate, in need, sick, elderly, orphans, windows among others in Kabale district.
According to Mrs. Musimenta Chrispine, the organization is also undertaking other activities in areas of Environmental conservation, promotion of sustainable agriculture and food security among others.
On tree planting, the organization has already planted more than 600 trees on the land that was donated to them by Dr. Runumi Francis in Kitumba, southern Division of Kabale Municipality.
Ruth Kendagye Ndyabahika, the director and Founder of Grace Villa Girls, commended Good Samaritan-Uganda for the Kindness and love endured on the Pentecostal day.
She said that it was an opportunity and grateful for hosting Good Samaritan-Uganda and receiving the items to sustain them since they are always in need.