“A non-profit organization with the mission to be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ to meet the physical, spiritual and emotional needs of orphan children”

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Missions Symposium

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Hero: Kulture Event

  • September 25th, 2014

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The journey continues

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He is so Faithful!

  • July 8th, 2014

Our 2014 trip was wonderful,best team I have taken so far! I am still […]

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Home Sweet Home!!

  • October 17th, 2013


It has been three years in the making but Home of Hope has finally […]

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School Outreach

  • July 3rd, 2013

On the fourth day of our trip we had the privilege of visiting the […]

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  • June 12th, 2013

Jambo friends and family! We spent Tuesday doing outreach in the Namutumba district. We […]

My name is Jenny Taylor and I am the founder of Our Hope International. This non-profit organization has been formed by the hands of God following a trip to serve in Uganda, Africa.While serving in Uganda I had the opportunity to meet Edith Lukabwe, the director of Home of Hope, an orphanage that serves children with disabilities. I had been praying for a way to use my occupational therapy skills though missions and working with these children was the answer!
Who We Support
Home of Hope is the primary organization that Our Hope supports. It is located in Bugembe,Uganda and is home to 20 children with various disabilities. The orphanage was founded by Edith Lukabwe after struggling to find resources for her son Derrick, who was born with cerebral palsy. Children with disabilities are often shunned and abandoned in Uganda due to the stigma that the child’s disability is a reflection of the parents, especially the mother. Edith felt the Lord leading her to start a home especially for orphaned children with disabilities. Edith is the director and has a staff of 11 nannies, an OT, a therapy assistant and an administrator.
Check out Home of Hope on Facebook!!!


Mt. Zion Primary School - Our Hope also currently supports Mt. Zion Primary School. They are the only school in the area that serves children with disabilities. The school has a special education teacher and specific program to meet these children’s needs. The students live at the school and have a full time caregiver to assist them. We currently have sponsors for 4 children at Home of Hope to attend and another child in the community.


The Frugal Flower
Jenny Manley is the owner and a friend of mine from high school who makes beautiful flower arrangements for all occasions, specializing in weddings. She is donating a portion of her sales each month to support Our Hope.

UAB School of Health Professions Dept. of Occupational Therapy
We are partnering with the faculty during the first year students Assisted Technology course in the summer of 2013. All of the creative projects the students make will be based on the needs of the children in Uganda that Our Hope serves and will be donated at the end of the semester. We will be able to take these projects to the children during our 2014 team trip.

Get Involved

To find out how you can get involved by making donations, sponsoring a child or going on future trips to serve please contact

Jenny Taylor at loveourhope@gmail.com

Child Sponsorship

We have several opportunities to sponsor children and staff at Home of Hope as well as children in the local community.
*Student sponsorship at Mt. Zion Primary School
*Student sponsorship at the local Bugembe school
*Monthly sponsorship of a child or staff member at Home of Hope

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