Working hand in hand with the Church in south-west Uganda, CMS provides people in mission, grants, scholarships, prayer, friendship and networking and it was through CMS that Jenny Green, the Potter's Village Founder, first came to Kisoro in 1994. Mike & Sue Hughes and Rosie Brown are all CMS Mission Associates
St Mary's Church is Mike & Sue Hughes, home church. Both Mike & Sue and Potter's Village are very well supported by this church family.
All Saints' has supported Potter's Village for many years and in 2016 raised funds for a new PV pickup truck. They also send out teams to PV and have members who are Trustees
Holy Trinity has been supportive of this project over a number of years. It has sent teams and volunteers out to Uganda to assist the project and many members of the congregation continue to fundraise for this project.
St Andrew's Church has supported the Potter's Village for many years. In 2016 they raised funds for the new hostel building.
Revd John Lee has known Jenny since Theological College and has maintained a strong link with Potter's Village, visiting it with groups from his church. He was Chair of the Trustees since Potter's Village began until summer 2010.
This church supports Potter's Village by sending regular financial donations. They send teams out regularly to assist with projects.
This church has been actively supporting Potter's Village for a few years now and has strong links to Rosie Brown (PV Specialist Nurse).
Knock Presbyterian Church has sent teams of volunteers to the project. They have also raised funds for the NRU kitchen and the antenatal project.
Below are links to some of the businesses. If you would like your business to be included in this page please contact the UK Office.
Radical-p is a business that supports the work of Potter's Village. If you would like to know more about them and the work they do, please visit their website.