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Imagine trying to teach a class of multi-age students without a single textbook. Read about Fount's effort to support Education in Uganda http://conta.cc/hshV6s

Breaking the Cycle

Our Community Health Initiative asked Ugandan girls, ages 9 to 30, to anonymously submit questions about puberty and family planning. Some of the questions were startling. Click on the link to read some of their questions. http://conta.cc/fBFtfy

Thriving Businesses: Vocational Development in Uganda with Fount of Mercy

When we asked a group of Ugandan women what would help their sewing group's capacity, they answered CAPITAL with which to start their own businesses. In response, Fount gave 6-yard pieces of fabric to 25 women. 5 months later our Vocational Development Dir…Read More

Have an old digital camera you don't use? We can use them to teach in Uganda!

Focus on Change, a project of Fount of Mercy, will be teaching photography this March to orphans, vulnerable children & disabled teenagers. If you have an old digital camera you don’t use anymore & want to donate it to Fount, we would greatly…Read More

Fount of Mercy's new Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/fountofmercy

Hi everyone. We're back from another awesome summer in Uganda. We are so excited to share it with you. Please visit our blog to read about our adventures. www.fountofmercy.blogspot.com. Also we've just started a Fount of Mercy Facebook page and would LOVE…Read More

Fount of Mercy's 3rd Annual Sewing Hope Fashion Show was a HUGE success!

Fount of Mercy's 3rd Annual Sewing Hope Fashion Show was a HUGE success! We brought in over $20,000 and had 275 people attend! The energy was contagious! Our 17 designers and 18 models created some innovative looks, using the fabric brought back from last…Read More

Happy Holidays from Your Friends at Fount of Mercy

Happy Holidays! We hope you are enjoying this holiday season and are surrounded by friends and family. We all have so much to be thankful for! This year has been a very exciting year for Fount of Mercy. Looking back we are encouraged by how far we have come…Read More
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