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Greg Burnett Donates $25 monthly to Brighter Brains Institute for BiZoHa humanist projects

Posted: Sat, March 12, 2016 | By: BiZoHa Orphanage, School, Humanist Centre, Volunteer Hostel



​Gregory Burnett is donating $25 monthly to BBI projects in Uganda.

He is one of BB’s most generous sponsors. Previously, he provided $1,000 in funds to build the “Bright Future Classroom” at BiZoHa Orphanage School. The classroom was recently completed, and it has the capacity to hold 50 humanist students.

Additionally, Gregory sponsors twins attending the new school. His kindness provides tuition funding for them to attend the humanist institute.

Gregory’s $25 monthly donation will be sent to director Bwambale Robert Musubaho, and spent on the most urgent budget item.

At the present time, Brighter Brains is campaigning o raise funds for BiZoHa #2—a nursery school in the nearby fishing village of Kahendero. Approximately 50% of the needed funds have been raised for construction. Orphans attending the Kahendero nursery school will be provide with a free healthy lunch.

Thank you, Gregory Burnett, for your charity towards Ugandan children.

Photos below are of Kahendero children



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