Welcome to Mpambara-Cox Foundation
Children everywhere dream and have aspirations but more than three quarters of them will never get a decent shot at living their dream because of abject poverty; the other quarter live in abundance (material and opportunity) and will realize their dreams. It depends largely on where you are born.
Can connecting these diverse communities bring about the change we need to make our shared world a better place? We believe so. Our foundation builds bridges, connects communities, designs and implements programs that empower both sets of children. Browse to learn how you can be part of our mission.
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NEWS & EVENTS
Jan. 20, 2013, 6 pm to 9 pm at 12813 Talley Ln, North Potomac MD MCF is honored to welcome our Ugandan in-country program coordinator Enos Tweteise on his first visit to America. Please join us for spirits and light appetizers as we highlight our achievements from 2012 and outline our plans for 2013 and […]
We are excited that this is our second year participating in the MLK National Day of Service.
Please join us at the Bethesda North Conference Center on Monday, January 21, 2013 from 9-11AM for a Service Projects and Volunteer Fair. MCF will be hosting a table for children in Bethesda to pen pal and SKYPE with the students from our partner schools in Uganda. Volunteers and/or participants are welcomed.
MCF is excited to host a team of 21 volunteers from the United States that will travel to Kabale, Uganda from March 23-April 5. This trip will focus on health care awareness, education, and building community relationships. The team includes eight middle and high-schoolers, teachers, dental hygienists, a nurse, and a doctor from NIH.
Please come out to support our silent auction, raffle, and bake sale complete with complementary appetizers and wine tasting! We are hoping to raise enough funds to provide toothbrushes and fluoride treatments to the almost 3,000 Ugandan students the team will be working with in the sixth and seventh grades when they travel to Uganda […]