Founded in 2012, Starchild is dedicated to helping better the lives of children & adults in Uganda.
STARCHILD aims to improve the quality of life for by providing shelter, healthcare, education, and love
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WILLIAMWOOOD HIGH SCOOL
ST. ANDREWS UNIVERSITY
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To improve the health and well-being of vulnerable young children and women in Uganda by providing access to sustainable education, training, healthcare, food, support and love.
Promote education and enterprise, particularly with vulnerable young girls and women.
To do all this we rely on the generous donations of friends and well-wishers and the charitable work of dedicated volunteers to provide love, security, medical care and education for the children. There are a number of ongoing projects and daily hurdles to overcome.
Introduce the role of Creative Arts in Uganda into the school curriculum encouraging those not naturally gifted in academia.
Sustain the Starchild School for Creative Arts in Uganda , the home of Frankie’s Ancestors.
Break down social barriers, dispelling myths and stigma’s surrounding Autism Spectrum Disorder, learning challenges and disabilities.
Promote sustainable development goals alongside interdisciplinary partnerships, environmental and social awareness.
Starchild is a registered charity set up in memory of my adopted brother Frankie Marsh whose parents were both from Uganda. Frankie was adopted into our family at 13 months old, the same age as me, sadly he died in a house fire at the age of 27 years.
Starchild believes that every child deserves to be loved, cared for, clothed, fed and educated.
Starchild hopes you are in a position to continue to help with some of these hurdles and challenges by organising fundraising events, private funding programs, leaving a legacy, sponsoring a child, giving in memory of a loved one, inviting the public and private professionals and philanthropists to help and donate to this worthwhile cause.