LNADJ is on a mission to ensure that no one we can reach goes hungry this Christmas. We intend to feed over 100 vulnerable families in Uganda, families living with an average of 5 family members. We hope to provide food parcels to people experiencing poverty and those in need.
Do you usually buy friends a gift or give presents to your family and loved one’s at Christmas? Instead, imagine gifting something on their behalf that would truly make a difference this year, like providing a Christmas meal for a family living in extreme poverty in Uganda.
We’ve teamed up with some of our key charitable partners in Uganda, Tanzania, The Ivory Coast, Sierra Leone, Nepal and The Philippines to create an opportunity for you to give big this Christmas and put a smile on the faces of children and families in need.
We know the cost of living crisis might prevent you from giving as much as you would like this year. For as little as £5, you can contribute to a food parcel for families here.
The food parcels our trusted partners on the ground in Uganda are preparing cost £32 each. Each food parcel will have 1kg of bread, 12 bottles of soda, one chicken, one bunch of matooke, 1kg of meat and 1kg of sugar.
Together, we can bring joy to the poor and vulnerable families and be a family to this community.
As we become more conscious than ever of the waste and excess the season of goodwill brings – we invite you to give a gift that really counts and help us spread some love and kindness to those less fortunate this Christmas.
Our generous corporate donors and supporters from all over the world have already contributed to our annual Christmas Campaign to create some real magic this Christmas by sponsoring Christmas Parties for kids living in children’s homes in Tanzania and offering life-changing donations with long-term impact by providing the gift of a lifetime: education and training for a special needs or street-involved youth.
We hope you will join us on our mission to change lives and save lives this Christmas.
We wish you and yours the merriest of Christmases.
Big Love and Smiles, as Always,
Team LNADJ x