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  • Simply Gobsmacked!

    Many thanks to you for the part you play in making the future brighter for girls (& boys) in Uganda. I am thrilled beyond words to share amazing news with […]

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  • Got some Spring in your Knickers?

    Can you feel spring yet? I get terrible ‘spring fever” every year, and this pandemic year I seem to have more than usual. This means I am pouring over garden […]

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  • Pictures Paint the Story in Uganda

    Literally everyone all over the world has been impacted by the COVID pandemic. Sadly, the materially poor are always impacted more by economic/health crises than First World folk.  The realities […]

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  • Unequivocal is Changeable

    “The data is unequivocal: No matter where in the world you are born, your life will be harder if you are born a girl.”  —Melinda Gates, Gates Foundation In rural […]

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  • Small things with great love

    Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love. – Mother Teresa Looking back at 2019 for Knickers for New Life, I […]

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  • Idea + 3 Years = WOW

    Three years ago this month, I had a fundraiser in my home. My goal was to raise funds to supply girls at New Life Primary in Hoima, Uganda, with sanitary […]

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  • Welcome Bethany Centre Primary School!

    We are beyond delighted to welcome our sixth and largest school, Bethany Centre Primary. Bethany Centre began in 2004. Peter Kiwanuka, who attended Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, founded […]

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  • Reflection x2

    It’s fascinating to consider that “reflection” has two very different meanings – outward and inward. Definition #1. The change in direction of a wave at a boundary between two different […]

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  • Uganda, Here We Come!

    Knickers for New Life started as one event for one school in October 2016. The goal was to raise $2500 to provide knickers and sanitary pads for one year. To […]

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  • Thankful for You and to You

    As I reflect on 2018, I am overwhelmed by your kindness, encouragement, and generosity. Thankful for you…absolutely. Grateful for your partnership in this amazing work…more than I can say. But […]

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