Primary School for the TCF Orphanage
We are currently working with the director of the Tusuubira Children Foundation (TCF) to build a primary school in Uganda, Africa for the orphaned and impoverished children in the area. Public education is a resource that is not readily available to these children, and many will not receive a formal education without our help. It is considered a privilege to attend school in Uganda, and it is taken very seriously! Our hope is to provide the orphaned children of TCF with a conducive, sustainable learning environment that will give them the opportunity to not merely survive, but to thrive in life.
Tusuubira means Hope in Lugandan.
Sponser a Doll
Eleven Eleven has partnered with a fellow 501 (c)(3) nonprofit , "The Giving Doll" to make 50 handmade dolls for the children at the TCF Orphanage in Uganda. Your $40 donation will provide a student with...
A Handmade Doll Made with Love
A Carrying Tote
One World One Love T-Shirt
Sponsorship Tag with Your Name on It
Pens & Pencils
Cup & Plate
Buy a Shirt
These "One World, One Love" shirts come in various sizes, colors, and styles. A portion of your purchase will go directly toward the school building in Uganda, Africa.
Meet Team TCF
Tammy L. Craig
Tammy is a certified life coach, Empower YOUth leader, a small business entrepreneur, and taught in the public school system for 7 yrs. Tammy is passionate about wanting to help others lead their best possible life as whole beings: mind, body, and spirit. Tammy has been actively engaged in Yisa's dream of wanting to build a school for the TCF Orphanage, and believes in the power of an education. Tammy spearheaded and has taken on lead fundraiser for this project.
Fr. Dismas, AJ
Fr. Dismas was born and raised in Kabale, Uganda. He has resided in Akron, OH the past 10 years, and he is currently a priest chaplain at Summa Health at Akron City Hospital. Fr. Dismas still visits his homeland of Uganda several times a year. He is a liaison for team TCF, and helping with communication between the two countries.
Yisa Isa Decent
Founder/Director of TCF Orphanage
Yisa is committed to helping the orphaned and vulnerable children in the Uganda streets by giving them the opportunity for a better life. Yisa himself was a child of the streets and knows what these children endure. Yisa was given hope through education, and his dream is to provide the children of the Tusuubira Chilren Foundation with such educational opportunites by building them a school.
Lisa is a mother of 4 grown children, a radiologist technologist currently pursuing further education in Integrated Social Science, and a volunteer for various humanitarian projects and community organizations. Lisa has been working closely with Yisa to determine the logistics and budget for each of the phases of this project.