The Good Grace Secondary School – So They Can Thrive Project

 

 

The Good Grace Secondary School 

The Good Grace Secondary School in Biguri, Uganda –in the Kamwenge District. This school is equivalent to a Middle School, class ranging from grades 7– 9 in the United States. The building structure is 4 classrooms. Currently, we have 261 students enrolled and are housing 190 refugees who escaped conflict in the Congo. We provide educational support and materials, books, uniforms, two meals a day, housing, and access to medical care. We are also teaching the children to farm.

The Good Grace Secondary School – So They Can Thrive Project

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Our Story – So They Can Thrive

I Understand Suffering

So They Can Thrive is a non-profit that was first established in 2011 by Azaria Grace (formerly Angie Hungerford) as First Foundation Inc.
 When asked why she felt compelled to launch a non- profit Azaria paused, and got a very thoughtful look on her face and said – “Because I understand suffering.”
Azaria’s journey has included her own share of suffering and those travails shaped her heart and led her to a place where she could not overlook the misery of others and since 2011 she been serving others, and helping to see that their basic needs are are met so they can thrive.
If you would like contribute to So They Can Thrive – Please see this link here – www.sotheycanthrive.com/donate

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About – So They Can Thrive

So They Can Thrive

About

So They Can Thrive is a non-profit that was first established in 2011 by Azaria Grace (formerly Angie Hungerford) as First Foundation Inc. See this link to read Azaria’s story – www.sotheycanthrive.com/our-story
In late 2017 First Foundation Inc. was rebranded as So They Can Thrive to better reflect the work we do.
We are committed to meeting people’s basic needs so they can thrive.
Our areas of focus include – EducationClean WaterMedical Care, Sustainability,  and Agriculture.
We currently have 6 projects – 5 in the African country of Uganda and one in Bangladesh.
See this link to read about our six projects – www.sotheycanthrive.com/projects