Shivan & Beckham in Sweaters
Shivan & Beckham in Sweaters

Two Batwa siblings, Shivan and Beckham, wear their school sweaters and look healthy and happy.

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Happy Nossi
Happy Nossi

Single Batwa mom Nossi is overjoyed at her new home that the community built her from funds raised from basket sales and donations. Here she is inside of her new mosquito net.

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Shivan & Beckham in Sweaters
Shivan & Beckham in Sweaters

Two Batwa siblings, Shivan and Beckham, wear their school sweaters and look healthy and happy.

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"For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in. I needed clothes and you clothed me."                  

                                                    -Matthew 25:35-36



We work with indigenous Batwa (more commonly known as "pygmies") just outside of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, which until 1991 was their forest homeland. Now they live in settlements at the edge of the park. For the past 3 years, we have worked mainly within Kalehe Village, creating a more sustainable community, with clean water, improved livelihoods through our artisan coop, and education for children. 

RSF is seeking a full-time volunteer in Uganda to help with education of children, or community development projects.


We also have many online volunteer opportunities. We have projects that can be done from anywhere in the world. We're looking for assistance with accounting or bookkeeping, grant writing, social media work, blog and newsletter writing and design, fundraising and nonprofit development!



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NEWS FLASH: 2021 annual #GivingTuesday campaign launched! 

"Give a (wo)man a tomato, she eats for a day; Teach a woman to plant tomatoes, she eats for a lifetime." 🍅


We are teaching sustainable, organic agriculture business projects to the indigenous Batwa of Kalehe Village in Uganda — one of the poorest, most marginalized tribes in the world.
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When the COVID pandemic started, we started giving food relief but more importantly, taught the indigenous Kalehe Village Batwa to do sustainable, organic tropical agriculture — from shade-grown coffee arabica to goats, rabbits, vegetables, fruit trees, and more —and we aim to vastly expand this project with your help.


We mean BUSINESS. We aim to teach the families how to grow enough to sell, so they can support themselves instead of working for peanuts in their other small gigs. We aim to sell organic produce to tourist lodges and local people, supporting the environment while improving local health, and making RSF and the Batwa financially sustainable at the local level. Win-win-win!


We've dubbed Giving Tuesday "Giving FoodsDay" at Redemption Song Foundation (RSF) — November 30th, the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, a day to GIVE BACK! On Giving Tuesday itself, we will give packets of food, seeds, and ag supplies for each family! $100 for each family but give any amount, from $1 to $1,000 and beyond! $5 plants a tree if you earmark your donation for it!

Donate through our website's donation page, our GoFundMe Campaign page, or mail a check to RSF, PO Box 876, Frisco, TX 75034. 

Your money goes a long way in Uganda!


To full tummies and happy hearts ❤️

 Wendee Nicole, RSF Founder & Director



Photo Copyright (c) 2014 Wendee Nicole

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