There are several ways to donate to the Mubaku Educational Foundation and the Mubaku Community Conservation Organization.
We are currently raising money to support the school, the Women’s Empowerment Center, and the dorm for at-risk girls, boys, and orphans.
It costs $150 to support an at-risk girl, boy, or orphan to stay in the dorms for an entire school year. This covers three meals a day, clothing, school fees, the matron, and other related costs.
We are also looking for sponsors that help children attend school from families that are unable to pay the $50 per year.
$50 per year sponsors a child’s educational expenses for one year, including books, uniform, teacher fees, a hot lunch, and some support to the general student population. Just let us know by adding a note to the donation or by sending an email to when you make a child sponsorship donation.
There are multiple ways to give.
PayPal contributions. Click the Donate button to either sponsor a child or give to the general fund. PayPal takes a 2.5 to 4.0 percent as a processing fee. If you want your entire donation to go to Mubaku, please send a check to the address below.
|Sponsor A Child||Give to the Mubaku School General Fund & Secondary Schooling|
Note: Our PayPal account is
If you want to send cash or a check mail a check to:
Mubaku Educational Foundation
c/o Michael Hughes, CFO
12970 Andalusia Dr,
Santa Rosa Valleys, CA
If you want to help raise funds for the school, a good thing to do is a Facebook fundraiser for Mubaku Educational Foundation. It's easy to set up and helps spread the word about Mubaku Bright Future Nursery and Primary School. Just look for Mubaku Educational Foundation, which is listed in their menu of approved charitable organizations. Facebook charges no processing fees, so everything donated will come to Mubaku Educational Foundation. You will be amazed at how many people see this as an important project. Follow this URL to set up a fundraiser for Mubaku Bright Future school through the Mubaku Educational Foundation https://www.facebook.com/fund/mubakuSchool/
100% of what you give through Mubaku Education Foundation goes directly to Mubaku Village’s school efforts. The only exception is a small fee that PayPal and gofundme charge if you give through them. The Board is all volunteers and receives no compensation. Board members personally donate all Mubaku Educational Foundation operational and formation costs
If you have any questions about donating, please send an email to
Some ways your donations support the school:
- $25 can provide 3 students’ physical education (including sports uniforms)
- $50 can sponsor one student for the school year
- $75 can provide a pre-certified teacher’s salary and allowance for one month
- $100 can provide a certified teacher's salary and allowance for one month
- $135 can provide 3 desks, giving 9 children classroom seating
- $40 can provide 10 books for the school (The school currently has only 300 books)
- $137 provides a table for the classroom
- $274 can pay for one year of teacher certification classes for an existing teacher. The certification process is three one-month terms a year for three years.
Contributions so far
As of February 28, 2021, we have received $60,081.98 through GoFundme, PayPal, Facebook, or Check donations! With MEF's funds sent to Mubaku, they have built four classrooms, a school office, a storage room, a latrine, and the classrooms have been furnished. Construction is nearing completion on the Nancy Wright building, containing three nursery school classrooms and a Women's Empowerment Center. The community borehole has been repaired, so they now have clean water. They have bought school supplies and 250 books for the school (previously, the school had less than 50 books). 92 children have been sponsored, and some teacher training has been funded. But we have so much more to do. Mubaku Bright Future School needs more classrooms, dorms for girls and orphan boys, a kitchen for the school, and teacher housing. Eventually, we plan to expand to provide secondary education for the children.
Mubaku Educational Foundation (MEF) works through the local Uganda organization The Mubaku Community Conservation Organization (MUCCO). MUCCO runs the school.
The Mubaku Community Conservation Organization Important Notice:
In 2014 MUCCO was incorporated in Ngwedo Sub County, Buliisa district, Uganda as a not for profit Community Based Organization (CBO) with registration number CD/037/16/17.
Mubaku Educational Foundation Important Notice:
On March 11, 2019, Mubaku Educational Foundation (MEF) was granted tax-exempt 501(c)3 status by the IRS. (#83-3206945)