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Sounding the Alarm in Uganda

There have been so many highs and lows over the last three months it’s a bit hard to know where to start with this update.  As I write this post from Hinesburg, Vermont, there are 2,637,909 people who have been infected with the Coronavirus in the United States and 128,451 people have died. Worldwide, there…

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A Mother’s Heart

“The hopes and dreams in a mother’s heart are the same anywhere in the world.”                                                                       This quote from Dr. Gary Parker, who runs Mercy Ships Africa, sums up the experiences of so many who work with children and families throughout the world.  Dr. Gary is a surgeon who has traveled the world almost his…

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Looking Back and Looking Forward

We were so proud to have several new projects launched in 2018, as well as the continuation of existing programs. It is always amazing to see the difference we are able to make with the consistent support from our Legacy Leaders, and all of our donors. Once again we were able to provide leadership training…

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The Power of Partnerships

When I started the Children’s Legacy Partnership, I knew that it would be partnerships that would be the key to having the biggest impact possible to break the cycle of poverty for children and families.  Having worked for many years in business, education, and charities, I have learned that it is the power of a…

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Projects in Progress

Upcoming Projects We are seeing exciting growth which equates to a brighter future for kids, and it’s all thanks to our amazing donors! This blog post has information on some of our current projects.  One of these may spark your interest and we would love to hear from you if you’d like to become more involved.…

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Sarah’s Story

Persistence, grit, and determination, are just a few of the words that describe how Nabirye Sarah has grown her food business in rural Uganda.  Starting with a very small amount of money, less than about $15. U.S. dollars, Sarah bought rice, posho, cassava, and beans, and cooked a midday meal that she would sell in…

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