All the children available for sponsorship are orphans, half orphans or impoverished school children in the Kingdom of Bunyoro-Kitara. Most of the children are of school age, some are of pre-school age.


Every year, the foster parent will receive at least one letter from the foster child, in which the child describes its current situation. This way you receive an insight into the child's concrete living situation and will be in the position to be able to imagine the development of the child, his/her potential and wishes.

Please contact us if you would be interested in helping in this way.


We are seeking individuals who are passionate about reducing the educational achievement gap and poverty, and improving the living conditions in Bunyoro-Kitara Kingdom, to raise awareness in the part of Scotland in which they live.

Contact us if you would like to volunteer in this capacity.


The Kabalega Education Fund will offer scholarships to gifted and needy students. It will also support the Kingdom's current efforts to publish books, especially in the mother tongue, Runyoro/Rutooro. School facilities, including buildings, classroom furniture, libraries, etc., are in dire need of upgrading. These are important ways in which you can make a difference.

If you would like to help in this way, please specify that you wish your funds to go to this cause when making a donation.


Make a lifelong connection with the Banyoro by applying to be considered for the Honorary Freedom of a City of the Kingdom, or the Freedom of the Kingdom itself, in recognition of your achievements, becoming a Freeman.  This opportunity is open to both ladies and gentlemen.


Contact us for more information.

Follow the link below to take you to the page of the Association of Representatives of the Kingdom of Bunyoro-Kitara, where you can make a secure donation via PayPal that will go directly to the community.

Bunyoro-Kitara.UK receive none of these funds and the payment goes directly to the Kingdom of Bunyoro-Kitara in Uganda to help to make an immediate difference.

We are proud to have been a member of

Scotland's International Development Alliance