After donating goods worth millions to the Angel’s Centre for Children with special needs in Wakiso before Christmas, Salvador Idringi on Wednesday continued with his mission of helping the needy by donating to the Home of Hope, a home for disabled children in Jinja.
This he’s done in fulfillment of a pledge he made during his one man show; Man from Ombokolo 2 (MFO2), held in October 2017 at Grand Imperial Hotel in Kampala.
During the preparations for his Singleton sponsored MFO2, Salvador pledged that a percentage off every ticket purchased would be given to support less privileged children. During the show, Salvador announced that he’d already given 3 million to the home of hope and he pledged to give more after the show.
Salvador who went to the charity home in the company of friends and girlfriend, Daphine Frankstock, gave Home of Hope domestic supplies including soap, rice, posho, sugar, toiletries; just to mention, and 1.5 million shillings.
One of his friends Tony Otoa from the Uganda Chamber of Mines and Petroleum also gave the home Shs300,000.
“The one thing that makes me truly happy is to see that I have touched a life positively. I think we should all join our hands to support children with special needs so we can help them live happier lives,” said Salvador.
Just like Angel’s center, Home of Hope, takes care of children with Celebral Pulse, down syndrome and many other physical and health challenges.