FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

f you have a question for us, please check out our FAQ below. It is divided in to subcategories related to the subject of the inquiry. If you find that your question is not answered here, please feel free to contact us.

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What are your priorities?

  1. Strengthening Capacity
  2. Promoting Reproductive Health
  3. Investing in Adolescent Girls
  4. Women’s Economic Empowerment

What are you areas of Interest?

  • Women’s Empowerment
  • Poverty Alleviation
  • Health being of women and children in communities

I want to volunteer! How can I help?

If you want to help out please contact HHF directly (call the general number and ask about volunteering). If you don’t live near our location or country, then you can be a big help by contacting us through email or Skype.

I’d like to donate via check. Where do I send it?

Please make the check out to HHF Uganda, and mail to: Heart to Heart Foundation Mawokota county, Jalamba Lubanga. +256 774545947 +354 703758598 Thank you, we really appreciate the support!

I’m a corporation. How can I help?

There are many ways to help out. We have corporate sponsorship levels we can discuss with you. We also participate in corporate gift matching programs. Please contact us for assistance.

Can my donation or our event proceeds go to a specific facility?

Sure! When you send your check or PayPal donation, make a note to what project you would like your funds to benefit. Please email info@hearttoheartug.org with your hospital request if necessary.

I’d like to donate via Paypal. How do I do so?

There is a donate through Paypal link on our website. If you are setting up a donation widget for your fundraiser or website, our Paypal address is help@hearttoheartfoundationug.org

What services do you provide?

Heart to heart foundation was born from the vision that child education is the key to improving community building capacity in the rural areas, our emphasis is on the orphan’s education. To help achieve this vision, we are focused on a range of programs in the community, including: education, protection, support, farming, and more.