Paul's Eden Foundation
"To provide basic means to enable children to carry out a fulfilled childhood and the freedom to explore the limits of their god-given potential. To establish the necessary online presence and associated skills for the local community to earn sustainable income and to support families in need."
Who We Are
Paul’s Eden Foundation is a non-profit organisation based in Uganda. Paul and his partner Cindy, for five years, worked tirelessly to help feed, cloth and support Ugandan children who had lost their parents and been cast to the streets in Jinja.
They persevered for years, paying for supplies out of their own pockets, but this was not a sustainable option. Instead, Paul launched the official non-profit foundation and is in need of financial assistance to keep providing the amazing support to these children.
Every single day, Paul’s Eden Foundation accommodates these children, providing them with a safe place to eat, rest and enjoy the company of each other. They need our help!
We're Changing Lives.
Paul’s Eden Foundation was set up to provide food, school equipment and medical expenses to children who have lost their parents due to war and abject poverty.
Its home of Jinja, situated at the source of the white river nile, is famous for its adventurous white water rapids and stunning scenery. A community heavily dependent on the generosity of travellers, the Covid-19 pandemic has brought a hammering blow to the cause. Diminished funding has forced the foundation to reduce meals and additional support has been cut.
In September 2020, a team of Irish graduates got together to renew efforts and launch an online presence for the foundation. We aim to establish sustainable revenue sources that will allow this extremely important work to continue.
— Human Rights
— Equity of Opportunity
Beneficiaries of Paul’s Eden Foundation have been born into impoverished conditions which puts them at a severe socio-economic disadvantage. The charity aims to correct this inequity which came about through no fault of their own.
— Transparency and Accountability
Because everyone is a potential donor, everyone is a stakeholder and therefore has the right to know how funding is being raised and spent. We are especially accountable to the children of Uganda, our donors, and our accrediting bodies.
— Ethical Responsibility
We understand our responsibility to uphold the dignity and well-being of each child we help. Therefore there are no conditions or debt accrued to the beneficiaries of our foundation.