Bush Fire Project and Uganda Family Resource Link share a vision. We work together to provide food, clothing, housing, health care, and an education to children in need and extend support beyond the boundaries of Bush Fire into the nearby villages, but ultimately, the goal is something even greater. The true vision of Bush Fire is multigenerational and encompasses lives even of those yet to be born.
Bush Fire Project is an entirely volunteer organization that provides support through material and monetary donations directly to Uganda Family Resource Link to help meet both practical and financial needs of the Bush Fire Community. Additionally, Bush Fire Project directors meet regularly with UFRL directors for planning purposes and through direct personal involvement provide bible teaching, skills training, administrative assistance, and discipleship.
The primary mission of Bush Fire Project is to support the Bush Fire
Community, located about 50 kilometers East of Jinja. There are
approximately 60 children now living in the Bush Fire Children’s Home,
which was established in 2003 by Uganda Family Resource Link (UFRL).
Orphaned and neglected children are cared for by a loving staff and
become part of a Christian family.