Jimmy Sebulime will be leading a small group to Kamengo in November 2018 to work on center repairs and improvements. Typically these trips involve participants in assisting Jimmy and the local youth to improve the center – painting, gardening, building etc. Volunteers help build necessary infrastructure to improve the community in response to mneeds identified by the community. Infrastructure missions are also usually 2-3 weeks long but lengths can vary. If you are interested in participating contact Jimmy through email@example.com
Our annual fundraiser for the Agnes Zabali Boys and Girls Club School Fees is happening in November 2018. Please join us for appetizers á dancing at the Posh Rideau Club with music from our LIVE DJ! This year we are going up-market so grab your friends, your dancing shoes and come along and help us support the children and youth of Kamengo.
There will also be Ugandan dancers, raffles and a few speeches on what our group is all about along with a cash bar. African crafts will also be sold where all proceeds go towards the school fees.
Would love to see former CACHA mission volunteers, family and friends attend this event. Contact AZBGC Ottawa Committee for tickets or better still - purchase online.
Spending time each year with the AZBGC children & youth enables me to stay grounded in my life and my work.
To experience the drive, passion and dedication of the AZBGC youth is to be uplifted.
The children and youth taught us far more than we could teach them. The unconditional love and gratitude they displayed was heartwarming and humbling.