One of our association members had the great idea to wish for donations for Uhola Village Foundation e.V. for his birthday as a present instead of any physical gifts for himself. Fantastic idea! More than 1.500 Euros were raised during one night.
We have successfully conducted our first ordinary General Assembly after the foundation of Uhola Village Foundation e.V. today (June 1st, 2018). Many any thanks to all members and interested parties who have appeared and actively participated. A special thanks goes out to FC Maihingen 1946 e.V., who has provided his club home for the assembly free of charge. We are highly motivated by the meeting, in which, among others, an employee of the district administration Donau-Ries took part and demonstrated future possibilities of cooperation and funding.
Uhola Village Foundation e.V. is celebrating its birthday – exactly one year ago, we founded UVF! Ever since, UVF has grown significantly. You want to be part of it, too? Click here.
Starting point were Tabitha Stimpfle’s personal experiences in Nairobi in 2013 after finishing school. Travelling to different places in Africa & thus occurred friendships paved the way to become actively engaged in Kenya. Finally, the visit of the village Uhola by Prof. Dr. Alois Stimpfle was the initial spark to found UVF e.V. Read more here.
Our first press release, written by Gaby Schmidt-Tschida, is out! Unfortunately for now being only in German language.
We are pleased to announce that three former students of Uhola Primary School are able to attend secondary schools in the form of boarding schools. Cynthia and Stency have been attending LWANYA and SEGA SECONDARY schools since last Monday (January 9, 2018), and Linet will visit MBAGA GIRLS from next Monday (January 15, 2018). We wish the three girls good luck!
We are pleased to welcome our (60 years old) 60th member and thank all members for their positive response and dedication!
The online learning platform Kinderweltreise.de includes UVF e.V. with its own article on its homepage: https://www.kinderweltreise.de/kontinente/afrika/kenia/hilfsprojekt/
Just in time for the second Advent, the first edition of the UVF flyers is ready to print. Special thanks go to the team of BizTune, which has allowed us to reproduce the flyers for free.
Der Verein wird auf der Webseite der Universität Passau unter der Rubrik “Local Heroes” aufgenommen.
Die Webseite des Vereins wird online gestellt. Herzlichen Dank an Johannes Busch für die tatkräftige Unterstützung und auch an den Rest der Familie Busch für die Bereitstellung des Webspaces.