ROM Virtual Charity Run 2020.


Today Reach Out Mbuya held its annual charity Run 2020. This year’s run was virtual with staff and friends of Reach Out Mbuya running from homes due to the COVID -19 pandemic SOP on mass gatherings.

ROM has secured funders for all at Primary level but need 56 Million Uganda Shillings to retain those at secondary level in school at least to the nearest national examining level where each is currently.

Previously we have been contributing 200,000 per child per term at secondary to be able to reachout to many; Beginning academic year 2021 we are narrowing down the support to a few to try and meet the full tuition fees with a maximum of 600000 a term.

We have realized many parents/guardians have failed to top up and those that looked out for schools that fit such contribution like USE schools aren’t performing well. We have some cases that need to be in boarding school to be able to continue.

Reach Out will continue fundraising for the orphans and vulnerable children under her care through selling of vests at 50,000/=.

Cash donations can be sent to ROM Airtel line 0705721563

Deposited on our Centenary Bank

Account No. 3100004656 UGX                    

Title: Reach Out Mbuya Parish HIV/AIDS Initiative

Or even paid in at our head office in Mbuya (next to Mbuya Catholic Parish).

Alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much. Thank you Motherwell Joyous Angels School for supporting our cause to keep orphans and vulnerable children in school. #ROMCharityRun #IKeepFitAsIKeepAChildInSchool

LC5 Councillor Nakawa 4 – Mr. Mugisha Moses Okwera takes the team through through a drill at the #ROMCharityRun2020
Participants during in a 60 meters a sprint race.

Share your comments below. Please read our commenting guidelines before posting. If you have a concern about a comment, report it here.

Share Now

Supporting Grandmothers to Combat HIV in Luweero

Play Video

Share Now

Related News

World AIDS Day 2023

ROM commemorated World AIDS Day 2023 in various ways and with different stakeholders. Based on the theme – “Let communities lead” several activities were carried

Read More »