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Grace Nakimera appreciates Bishop Muwonge

Singer Grace Nakimera’s love for the less privileged drove her into helping street children. The ‘Yansasira’ singer continues to show her Heart of Gold by helping needy children through her ‘Feed the Street Foundation’

Through the foundation she touches the lives of street children by feeding them, providing shelter, preaching, teaching them about God and how they can live good lives.

The home being built by Feed the Street Foundation

She started the foundation as the only way to try and change lives for communities and she is doing wonders for the kids through it.

Apart from providing necessities and food to the children benefiting from the foundation, she constructed a home for children in Iganga where they have over 30 less privileged children under their care.

The home build by Feed the Street Foundation in Iganga for children

The singer hasn’t stopped at that as she is building another one in Kampala. She is grateful to everyone that has made it possible as the house is near completion.

He thanked Bishop Arnold Muwonge for his generosity and donation. According to her, the Bishop has helped them with the project and is grateful for how far he has come with the foundation.

Bishop Muwonge is known for giving a helping hand to those in need whenever he can. Bishop Muwonge is a visionary leader, the founder and CEO of NDE- Network a ministry dedicated to people, people development, and empowerment, equipping business and church leaders throughout the world.

The singer welcomes any kind of help and is grateful to everyone that has given a hand since the start of the project saying one doesn’t have to be rich to help the less privileged.

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