Whether you are living in Africa or live 10,000 miles away, we all have the capacity to “imprint” our mark in Africa.

Every therapy session, surgery, wheelchair, medical bill, supportive counseling session and community outreach program was made possible through compassionate and dedicated people like you. There are many ways to educate and empower families to see their child with a disability as a gift. Its going to take a village to empower life for the most vulnerable children in all of Uganda. Which step will you take?

Donate Now

No matter how large or small, every monetary donation helps to keep Imprint Hope’s Center of Healing Hearts and Restoring Hope open to serve children with disabilities and their families.

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Become a Sponsor

 Imprint Hope’s work in Uganda is tied to unique faces of children and families who are in desperate need of education, resources and guidance. We want you to develop a relationship with these faces, so you can personally make an impact in their life.

Become a Sponsor

Start a Campaign

Support Imprint Hope by creating a fundraising campaign that inspires you. Run a race, host a party, bake some goodies – however you want to help, we can help you bring it all together.

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Getting Involved with Imprint Hope

Join us in fostering, educating, and empowering a culture of life for children with disabilities in Uganda. Imprint Hope runs solely off the generosity and selfless virtue of others. Please join us in this collaborative effort to help children with disabilities leave their beautiful fingerprint of joy on the world! 

I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot; together we can do great things to change the world. 

Your involvement makes it possible for children with disabilities to receive life-changing medical care, for a child with a disability to sit up for the first time in a wheelchair, for families to be educated and empowered, and for all to learn the invaluable potential and purpose of every human soul. 

August 28, 2014, Village of Pomerini, Tanzania, Africa-An unidentified African woman with her unidentified children returning to home along a dirt road to the village of Pomerini after being in the market to purchase fewer goods