Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Come Work With Us!

We are looking to expand our staff team to include a Program Coordinator who will be based at the rural Kibaale Community School location. This self-funded position would suit an adventurous person or couple willing to commit to a 1-2 year term, starting in January 2017. 

Full job description HERE! 

Kibaale Community Centre Sponsorship

Sponsorship FAQS
What is the Cost?
Nursery, Primary, Secondary and Vocational School $35/month
Timothy Girl's High School $85/month
Advanced Level $85/month
How is the Money Spent?
100% of your donation contributes to the ongoing work in Uganda and pays for your child's school supplies, uniform, daily meal and medical care. All PAOS administrative costs are covered by our partnership with Pacific Academy and strategic fundraising efforts.
Can I Communicate With my Child?
When you first sponsor a child you will receive a photo and a profile of your child. The PAOS office will ensure your child receives any letters or photos you would like to send. Additionally, your child will send regular letters updating you o their progress.
How Do I Start?
Choose a student from the list of unsponsored students on our website at Pacific Academy Outreach Society

Too Cute in Blue

Our Primary students were loving the sunny day as they got ready for an outdoor chapel service. 

Spring Break in Kibaale

Spring Break is a very exciting time in Kibaale, we get to host a team of grade 11 and 12 students every year from Pacific Academy School. This year there were also 2 families serving in Kibaale, so it was a very full house! 

Sports Day is a favourite activity in Kibaale with our Nursery and Primary students, so they were very eager to learn all the new games and play a few old favourites too. 

Steven is in Kindergarten, he lives with his mother Anette and 7 other siblings and cousins. His house was in such bad condition we weren't sure it would even last another rainy season. So when a donation came in to build a new mud house for a student at our school the sponsorship office knew exactly who was the most in need.

Steven's mother Anette worked very hard all day with everyone mudding her new house! 

One of the PA students mudding Steven's new house with one of the grade 6 student's from Kibaale, it's great to see all of these students work together. 

The Kibaale students also have outreach days in their community, and this week they were going to homes of families that needed extra help with digging, house repairs or even harvesting maize! The students from PA got to help out on these visits and see just how hard some of the day to day chores in Uganda really are. 

Palm Sunday parade, marching through town as a centre is one of the best Sundays each year! 

We are marching in the Light of God.