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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FROM THE GALLERY
NEWS & EVENTS
“Derwood girl gives gift of education to Ugandan students.” Gazette She gave them school supplies from her birthday gift, now she wants to provide them with desks as they have none. Please donate to help Olivia (9) reach her dream of providing desks to the school children at Bugomora Primary School in Uganda. DONATE through […]
MCF participated with Montgomery County for a day of service and tribute to the unfinished work of Dr. King. Over 300 children were part of our pen-pal program and Skyping with Ugandan school-children. For the younger ones, we held an Art 4 Africa program. The letters and art will be sent to hang in classrooms […]
EVENT: MCF/USA: Gain a Global Perspective – Join us next Monday, 20 January for a cross-cultural experience at Bethesda North Marriott Conference Centre for MLK Day of Service 1-3PM (come to the second floor) MCF/UGANDA: An evening of learning about MLK and his social justice work to be held at MCF offices in Kabale (Adjacent to the Post […]
“Through sheer sacrifice and determination, Nelson Mandela has completed his long walk to freedom on behalf of millions of South Africans for whom freedom is now a reality and millions more who will forever be inspired by his work of social justice and peace building. We thank God for the man, Madiba, for he gave […]
In partnership with Book Aid International and Uganda Community Libraries Association, MCF launched a public reading program for children. Every Saturday, children will be read to and read with volunteers, giving them access to supplementary reading books that they don’t have at home or at school. The Sepi Mukombe Mpambara Public Library (SMMPL), named for […]