A special note to our change.org supporters
Hello to our change.org supporters,
Look what your support has helped us achieve! This month, CERESAV hired its first Executive Director, Justine Mpagi, who brings many years of experience in human rights advocacy. We are so excited to have her on our team! In addition, we have moved into a new office in Uganda along Entebbe Road in Kampala. But the BIGGEST NEWS: Our partner organization, CERESAV USA, is now officially recognized as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit in the US!
Meet Justine Mpagi!
We’ve made good progress and are SO grateful to all of you who have helped along the way. Still, we need your support in continuing to grow our organization’s capacity. (Really, we’re a small team of mostly volunteers whose passion for this cause has helped us get this far but we need your support to fully provide the services needed in Uganda.) Here’s how you can help:
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- Make a monetary donation:
- $10 will provide much needed nutritional supplements to acid attack victims in the hospital’s burns unit.
- $50 will help us raise awareness in the Ugandan media about the separate acid bill we are drafting.
- $100 will provide a month’s supply of meals, nutritional supplements, and medical supplies to acid attack victims in the hospital’s burns unit.
- Help us network! Know an organization in Kampala who could donate food or nutritional supplements? Know Ugandan attorneys who would provide pro bono services to survivors? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sign up for our interfaith prayer team and newsletter.
- Follow us and share our posts on social media. The more voices we have calling attention to acid violence, the bigger the impact we can have!
Thanks as always for your support!
CERESAV Founder & President