Eagles Wings Children’s Village
(Ugandan Orphanage)

Bill And Ann Peckham with Children

Bill and Ann Peckham with Children.

“Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.” James 1:27

The number of orphaned children in Uganda is presently 2.3 million.

These precious children need somewhere to live, food, safety and someone to take care of them. Eagles Wings Children’s Village will provide the basic needs for the most needy children. Our vision is to take lone orphaned children, including those living with HIV/AIDS, out of their poverty and provide them with the hope that only Jesus can give. We want them to be able to learn the skills necessary to fly the nest and live on their own.

Mission Statement

To bring Jesus Christ, care, love, protection and the provision of basic necessities to the lone, orphaned child.

In Uganda, EWCV is recognized as a non profit Non Governmental Organization (NGO), and it has been incorporated with a seven-member Ugandan Board of Directors.

In Canada, EWCV is a registered charity,and it is incorporated in Manitoba with seven board members: Dale Myhre of Crane River (Chairman), Ken Buhler of Winnipegosis, Darrell Aitken of Dauphin, Pat Bates of Winnipeg, Harry Humby of Winnipeg, Walter Dyck of Rosetown, and Jaimee Schmidt of Brandon.

 

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