UAN Gives to Sewing Hope Foundation
The smiles you see above are expressions of gratitude for all who helped Universal Angels Network (UAN) raise $27,400 for critical water and medical infrastructure needs at the Sewing Hope Orphan Village in Atiak, Uganda.
From Left to Right, the smiles belong to: Father Jim Chamberlain, Ph.D.,P.E., Co-Director for Education & Outreach, OU WaTER Center; Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe, Sewing Hope Foundation; Ann Huynh, UAN Founder and President; Kiet Huynh, UAN Charity Director.
Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe has worked tirelessly for years to restore dignity and hope to the lives of young women and children who suffered unspeakable atrocities during the Ugandan civil war.
UAN Founder and President, Ann Huynh, accompanied by UAN Charity Director Kiet Huynh, were privileged to recently sit down in Dallas, TX with Sister Rosemary from the Sewing Hope Foundation, and Father Jim Chamberlain, Ph.D. of the OU WaTER Center, to celebrate UAN's successful fundraising efforts and to discuss future projects.
To learn more about Sister Rosemary and the Sewing Hope Foundation, please visit: http://www.sewinghopefoundation.com/sister-rosemary.html
Together, we can work to improve the lives of so many who have suffered!