Enrich a Community - Wenzel's Wayside

Enrich a Community

Our goal is to enrich a community by helping others see and find their own greatness and in return bless mankind.

Our Current Project Is

Providing Electricty for the School and Teachers Home

Solar on Teachers Home

Electricity doesn’t exist at all in the village where the school is and the female teachers at Divine Care Primary School, all live together in one home, in the local village, close to the school.

At night when they are grading papers from the children, they have to grade them by candlelight.  This, as most of us know, is not good for the eyes and very difficult.

We know, first-hand, how electricity has opened the world to us and we want to open the world to this small community by putting solar on the school and the teachers home.  When we do this the children will be able to have computers which will teach them a new skill and the faculty and staff will also have better opportunities to be equipped in their job.  This will open up so many opportunities for the community.

We have made our pleas to the governement to install electricity in this community, but to no avail, so this is where Enrich Lives comes in!

We want to innovate success and enrich the people around us while we are doing it, so we are installing solar at the school and the home to enable them to have electricity.  We will be working with a Ugandana solar company to help install this by local Ugandans, which will also innovate success as it will provide jobs. We will take a before and after video in which we will hire a local Ugandan to do this, also providing jobs.

If you want to be a part of this current project we need your help!  James and I can’t do this by ourselves.  If you want to be apart of our “tribe” we would love for you to partner with us!!

The total starting cost of the solar is 11,000,000!  In shillings that is.  Which seems like a lot, BUT it’s only roughly $3,000.00.  So if you want to get involved hit the General Donate button.

We Enrich lives by providing essentials, like schools, in impoverished communities

Many of you contributed money for The Shoe That Grows, to put 30 pairs of shoes on kids that needed shoes! This was back in 2018. And what a blessing that was!! And I  want to continue with this, as many children didn’t get shoes.  In November 2019, I, Kellie, am going out to Uganda and bringing with me a small team of people and we are planning on bringing  more shoes!  So if you want to get involved write that in on the general giving form under Donate.