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"Founded by the Church of Uganda, the Potter's Village is run by Christians on an inter-denominational basis"

Jenny Green

Jenny Green, Founder of Potter's Village, in traditional Ugandan costume.

          Restoring hope to helpless children


The Potter’s Village is a child crisis centre in Kisoro, South West Uganda. Abandoned and orphaned babies, teenage mums and destitute pre-school children are finding care and new hope.

“Our goal is to save lives. Without this ministry every baby here would have died. Thanks to the generosity of many donors from the UK and beyond, we are able to provide loving Christian care for an increasing number of little ones.”
Jenny Green, Founder of Potter’s Village

“Whenever the pot the potter was working on turned out badly, the potter would simply start over and rework the clay into another pot.” Jeremiah 18.4

Sponsor a child appeal - June 2014

The Potter’s Village community needs your help. We try to support as many children and families as we can, but our costs are steadily going up.

Because of increases in the price of food, fuel, nappies etc, it now costs us around £200 per month to care for each child living onsite. We are never going to turn away a baby who needs us, so our financial commitments are always rising.

We know that money is tight, but if you can set aside the cost of a one meal out, a cinema ticket or a few unnecessary trips in the car, you could help us save lived. Donating £10 per month will enable us to always have open arms to the most frail and vulnerable babies. Please help us by filling out this form and committing support to this project.

Thank you very much. Ruth M.

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