This is Paul Kayong a couple of weeks ago in a remote village in Uganda telling us why setting up a shop will help him be self-sufficient to care for his 3 boys with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.

We expect to be able to do this for him while we are in Uganda next month. Should only cost $500-$700 from what I am told! Amazingly inexpensive! 

Please donate to this cause. Thank you!

Sorry for the poor cell phone quality video. We will create a much better one next month!

Here are the full sub-titles in paragraph form:

First of all, I thank you for the support that you are giving to us and every good thing that you are giving to us, plus the help. 

We are so, so happy because this is so unusual for us to get help like this. Our needs are many but the biggest need is to at least get a business that I can run so that I can take care of the kids.

This will help me push forward with the children well because the business will be giving me some sustainable income so that I can take care of them well into the future.

And I can help them with their other needs that can help them with, including their education. With the business we can get money to pay for them to be at school and support us with needs at home as well.

So that’s the plan. I hope this will give me something to sustain me with. For this I ask as I am thank you and am truly thankful.

I ask him to continue helping me, since God has brought him for me. I wish him peace and good life…

Now I feel stronger now that I have somebody who can strengthen me, because I had lost hope that this help would come. I had lost strength and ability, but the support that you have given me. Wow, may God add blessings on yo

By Tim Gillen

I'm a born-again christian, sold out to serving the needs of the less fortunate and in Sub-Saharan Africa. I founded The Everett and Austin Project in October 2018 to honor my 2 boys posthumously by helping people living in poverty going thru Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and other rare diseases. My sons each died of Duchenne, Austin in 2012 at age 16 and Everett in 2017 at age 22.

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