Volunteer at Saint Ann Foundation NGO in Uganda.

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Become a volunteer in Uganda ❤️ ✋

Saint Ann Foundation (SAF). SAF is a 501(C)3 under Internal revenue Service (IRS) in the USA and Non-Government Organization in Uganda established for purposes of improving the lives of vulnerable children, adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) and promoting community development in Ugandan poor and hard to reach communities.
SAF has been working alongside International volunteers since its inception in 2016. We have hosted over 50 volunteers from around the world ( Ireland, Austria, Uk, Spain, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, China, Ecuador, among others). This network has helped Saint Ann Foundation to broaden its activities to different communities with the help of Volunteers.

With the link below you can be able to watch some of the videos made by our past volunteers.

 and we can also link you to them in case you need reviews from them directly.

What type of host are you?


What are you looking for help with?
  • Charity Work/Fundraising
  • Teaching/Language Exchange
  • Farming/Gardening
  • General Help
  • Health/Medical/Assistance
  • Marketing
  • Writing
What’s the mission of your community?

We exist to promote a coordinated effort globally aimed at the efficient acquisition and use of resources in order to enhance the welfare of children, adolescent girls, young women and developing poor communities.

How many volunteers could you host?

Up to 10 volunteers

When would you need volunteers?

All year long / On a rolling basis

How many hours of help per day?
  • 6 hours of help per day
How many days of help per week?
  • 5 days per week – 2 days off
Note about the volunteer work and other expectations

Volunteers must be at least 16 years or older and able to communicate well in English. Be a healthy, flexible, self-starter and adaptable. Have an interest in

  • Community Development,
  • Teaching,
  • agriculture,
  • farming,
  • environmental,
  • fundraising & grant writing

and enthusiasm to work. Ability to adjust to living and working conditions in a multi-cultural environment.

Are accommodation and food included?

Food and accommodation are included with the program fees

What type of accommodation can you provide?
  • Dormitory/shared rooms
  • Tent
  • Private room for a couple
Diet – nutrition information

We offer local foods with main vegetables and we are very flexible with the volunteer to get what he/she may need as long as we can access it in the areas.

Fees transparency

At Saint Ann Foundation we charge a standard fee that contributes to the transfer of a volunteer from the airport, food and accommodation

VISA – could you provide Visa support/info/invitation letters?

Maybe. We can help with an invitation letter if the candidate has good qualifications.

If you can’t volunteer but you still want to help, consider sponsoring a childClick to learn more.


Volunteers’ benefits:

You can contribute to changing the world little by little.

  • Gain new skills and work experience while volunteering abroad.
  • Experience new cultures and perspectives while creating lasting bonds
  • Helping others provides fulfilment
  • Get a better idea of your personal and professional path
  • We also provide A certificate of completion

What to do in the free time

During free time the volunteer is given time to a safari/tour to different tourists sites.
Some volunteer may use that time for entertainment


We speak English


Uganda is so vast that the climate of the country is so varied. However, it has a tropical climate and one could classify the seasons as Hot, Wet & Cold.

Temperatures usually range from 20 degrees centigrade to 30 degrees centigrade depending on the part of the country you are in. The hottest months are from December to February and July. The rainy seasons in the south are from March to May and October to November. In the north, the wet season is normally from April to October. However, it is also possible that the climate is not as expected due to the changing weather patterns due to the present global climate change.

Cultural shock in Uganda ❗

Volunteers may experience a cultural shock on arrival in Uganda. Most things and way of life in the country is different from that in the West. However, you will get used to a new way of life. After the projects and going back to their home countries volunteers may experience a reverse cultural shock. Managing cultural shock requires a lot of patience for one to give him/her self ample time to understand analyse and appreciate the differences. Never rush to make decisions or judgments. The process normally goes through stages.

How to get to your site

Volunteers buy a visa for Uganda and book flights from their country of origin to Uganda. Every volunteer lands at Entebbe International Airport, the Only Airport in Uganda. Before leaving your country, a volunteer must inform Saint Ann Foundation team about your coming to Uganda so that we prepare in advance and also confirm your flight details so that you can be picked from the airport on arrival in time.

Is there internet access?



Uganda is currently open to tourists and guests from around the world. Therefore we welcome volunteers from around the world making sure, we follow the COVID-19 guidance. Ifyou look at the link below, you’ll realize Uganda is a very low-risk country.


If you are interested in joining this volunteer program, and you want to learn more about it, don’t hesitate to contact the organization directly using the contacts below👇👇


WhatsApp: +256704818746
Host Email: saintannfoundation@gmail.com


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