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Why Should You Help to Support the Suffering Widows and Orphans of Uganda?

Photo of Ugandan widow and children
We understand that as an individual or the member of an organization you are asked frequently to give money. We know that it is important for you that your money is used wisely and effectively. Some of the main strengths of our projects is that there is no waste and very little loss of resources, and you can see clearly the result of your donations. We act directly on the ground with volunteers or paid workers, we don’t have to go through bribes, political contributions or anything else. Our operations are modest and low-key. (We are not one of those organizations using brand new $40,000 four-wheel drive vehicles or staying in fancy hotels with swimming pools, or buying ultimate technology equipment.) A financial contribution from you can make a huge difference directly into someone’s life, with results that you can see as the help is in process. You can help to relieve one of the major burdens on the shoulder of Africans. Helping AIDS orphans and widows to access better health care, nutritious food and formal and vocational education is one of the most concrete things we can do in showing them Christ and in lifting them out of poverty and thus giving them a chance at a good life.

HOW YOU CAN HELP
Become our partner! Get involved with us in a variety of ways and make a lasting impact on the children we serve. Whether you decide to volunteer in Uganda or in your own country or to make a financial contribution – your support is tremendously appreciated.

Partner with JILM
Become a partner with JILM in your own country or area. Volunteers are required at various times going into the villages spreading the word of God and showing the love of Jesus.

Please select from the links at the top of the page and on the right and start helping the HIV/AIDS victims, widows and orphaned children of Uganda today!
Click here and sign up to help.

You Can Pray
We are a Christian Charity so we would like for you to join us in praying for a solution to the crisis. We have real confidence when we approach the Father in Christ’s name, knowing that He is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us (Ephesians 3:20, NIV).

Click here and sign up to be a Prayer Partner.

Map of Uganda with Jinja marked

Our Location

Click the appropriate buttons below or to the right to sign up by credit card to sponsor one or more widows or orphans monthly. or to use your credit card to make the one time donation of your choice.

Checks or Money Orders may be sent by postal mail to our US Registered Public Charity address below and they will be sent to Uganda for you.

Jesus Is Lord Ministries -Uganda
Attn. Diana Ward
222 W Pleasant St
Aurora, MO 65605-1443

Funds may also be wired to us using Western Union or Money Gram or sent directly on JESUS IS LORD MINISTRIES bank account below:
BANK: BARODA BANK
Account Name: JESUS IS LORD MINISTRIES
Account No: 95030100010305
Swift Code: BARBUGKA
Bank of Baroda Uganda Limited
Address Bank of Baroda Building 18 Kampala Road KAMPALA
City Kampala
Country Uganda

FOR WESTERN UNION OR MONEY GRAM TRANSACTIONS:
Please send the money to:
Name:      Oteko David
Country:   Uganda
City:      Jinja
Tel:       +256773655337
Email:     davidoteko@gmail.com
You will provide the following information after the transactions:
Your names:
MTCN code
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Amount sent:
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GIFT MAY GOD BLESS YOU FOR YOUR FAITHFULNESS.

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