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Build Lasting Partnerships


With Peace’s background as a Compassion sponsored child, it was always our intention to work alongside Compassion and help them establish a project in the local area. They were able to do so in 2013 and, to date, more than  270 children from the local community are enrolled in the Rwenjaza Child Development Centre. Most of these children also attend the Rwenjaza Hillside School, established by Fountain of Peace. Whilst attending school all children are given at least one meal a day.


Here in the UK we are also committed to developing partnerships with other bodies and organisations who share our objectives.  This may include schools, churches, businesses, social groups, or individuals who wish to work alongside us.

We are working closely with Harper Green School in Bolton, Lancashire, a very large mixed comprehensive school and part of the Leverhulme Academy Trust. To help support the school’s curriculum, we are building a library of modular resources for their GCSE pupils on subjects such as Environmental issues, Sustainability issues, Health & Poverty issues. Mrs Paula Holmes-Patel (Asst Headteacher at Harper Green) was able to witness the Foundation and its work first-hand when she travelled to Uganda in July 22.  She said  "This is a huge deal for our Harper Green community and gives our school the opportunity to maintain lasting links with Fountain of Peace and the potential for more staff, and possibly students, to be able to visit again in the future”.


Many churches from a variety of backgrounds across the UK give generously to support our work, for which we are deeply grateful.  We would welcome the opportunity to give an illustrated presentation of the work and are always more than happy to visit your church and speak about what we do and why we do it.

We also welcome enquiries from businesses and/or any other organisation who may be interested, who may want to support our work, and are sympathetic to the Christian ethos which underpins everything we do.