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Monthly Archives: July 2019

‘Walk for a Purpose’

A huge shout out of thanks to St Marks School in Christchurch for raising $1,896.50 towards our school feeding programme in Uganda. This is an amazing effort.

The children who attend our FOP school in Uganda have no other option than to walk up to 10kms to school; often on an empty tummy. Thankfully we are able to provide all the children at school a daily porridge meal.

It was with this in mind that on Friday 28th June a large number of pupils, parents, grandparents and teachers from St. Marks School chose to walk to school to raise funds towards this feeding programme.
It was a 5.45am start, on a very frosty Christchurch morning, for those pupils who started at the 10km mark.

Thank you to all who took part in the walk or supported those who did – we appreciate you.

There is still the opportunity to support this fundraising effort. Click here to make a secure credit card payment and for a reference use ‘St. Marks’.

Photos: Just some of those who participated in the ‘Walk for a Purpose.’

A Job “Well” Done!

Our recent FOP NZ team to Uganda, working alongside a local engineer and volunteers from the community, helped repair a spring well that serves over 300 people.
It is envisaged that these repairs will stop a lot of people, especially children, from contracting water borne diseases.

From this …


To this …

FINISHED! (Although the back wall was still to be rendered)


‘Water is life and clean water is health’ – Audrey Hepburn

Arohanui House Update

Whilst Arohanui House is still some weeks away from completition our FOP NZ team that was in Uganda last month took part in it’s official opening.
The team was honoured to represent all who have contributed to this Kiwi funded ‘forever home’ for eight of our toddlers and their new mum.

From all at Fountain of Peace Children’s Foundation we extend our thanks for this house, this house of love!


Thank You Skellerup Red Band.

A big shout out to Skellerup Red Band for their support. Earlier in the year we received 35 pair of their iconic Red Band gumboots for our children in Uganda; ideal to keep little feet dry in the rainy seasons.
Last month the Red Bands were delivered to our Children’s Village by a team from NZ.
Thank you Skellerup Red Band for making a difference in the lives of these little people 🙂