About Sister Amedeo Charity Society
Sister Amedeo Charity Society-SACS is incorporated as a Non-Governmental Organisation in Uganda and under incorporation in Oslo Norway. Most of our undertakings and beneficiaries are on the Boarders of Uganda & Tanzania in Rakai.
The organization was founded by Grace Regina Kabi aged 62 a Ugandan Norwegian Citizen living in Oslo Norway. On her visit to Rakai where SACS projects and activities are based, Grace was deeply moved by the situation of people living in this place. “My passion and concern for thousands of families with children and widows living and affected with HIV/AIDS in need for support in this area was the call to start SACS. We are working together as a family and other individuals under SACS to bring smile and hope to these people." Grace Kabi Regina.
Sister Amedeo Charity Society therefore started in 2011 helping orphans and single parents as well as people in advanced age with food, clothes and awareness, seminars programs on HIV/AIDS.
The name "Amedeo" by Italians was chosen to honor and recognise the contribution of Sister Amedeo in Masaka, Uganda in respect of her good will towards this organisation.
Edith Kabi (Executive Treasurer), Grace Nankinga Executive Coordinator, Najjemba Catherine (Executive Secretary) Memebers including Hon Kivumbi Earnest Benjamin, Lutaaya Sam and Rev Fr. Lumala Paul (Executive Advisor) alongside a committed team working with Grace Regina Kabi (Executive Director).
Today we continue and stick to our vision and we ask you today to partner with us to help us fulfill this vision. There thousands of families with single parents and orphans as well as elderlies in Rakai and neighboring districts who need support, education, clothes, food and treatment for HIV, Malaria, T.B and other health and medical complications.
Your assistance in this is highly appreciated.
We can’t of course forget to thank those individuals who have made donations in the past to help changes lives of people. God bless you and continue bringing or sending your support. Volunteers are also welcome.