Thank you for supporting
orphans in Uganda
Eutychios Kalogerakis was an unremitting model of service to others. He first visited Uganda in 2002 and was distressed at the destitute condition of many of the children. Upon returning to the United States, he endeavored to spread the word to others about what suffering he had seen and organize efforts to provide relief. His efforts and persistence led him to found Worldwide Friends of Ugandan Orphans in 2005. Since then, he visited Uganda over 40 times and helped coordinate relief for four orphanages and many other destitute children. His example is one of combining creativity, perseverance, and selfless love to gather and provide support and relief for children in need.
Eutychios reposed unexpectedly on November 30, 2020 while visiting orphans in Uganda. Please consider joining our campaign to honor his memory by gathering support for the orphans whom he loved.
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Donations by check can be mailed to: P.O. Box 320223, West Roxbury, MA 02132 U.S.A.
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Every donation makes a difference
5 primary school single-subject student workbooks or teacher guides
School fees for 1 semester at village secondary school for 1 student
School fees for 1 semester at private secondary school for 1 student
Protein-filled food for 140 children of Trio Orphanage for 1 day
School fees for 1 semester at village primary school in Kangulumira for 3 students.
1-2 iPads or refurbished laptops for students (e.g. at new Trio School)
Worldwide Friends of Ugandan Orphans Inc. is a private foundation within the meaning of Section
509 (a); exempt from federal income tax under Internal Revenue code (IRC) Section 501 (c) (3).
Donors can deduct contributions under IRC section 170. WFOUO can also receive tax deductible
bequest, devises, transfers, or gifts under section 2055, 2106, or 2522.