WHO WE ARE

E3 Africa is a faith-based non-profit committed to educating the orphaned, impoverished and often forgotten of God's children in both mind and spirit.  We create one-to-one relationships between people with a desire to change the world and the vulnerable children most in need of the life-changing gift of education.

CHANGE. THE. WORLD.


SPONSOR A CHILD

For only $70 per month you can provide a Ugandan child with a life-changing education, a bed to sleep in, food to eat, clothes to wear, water to drink and a working shower and toilet.


Co-sponsorships are also available for $45 per month.

BUILD A SCHOOL

In february 2017, E3 Africa completed Phase 1 of St. Thomas Aquinas College, a 7-12th grade faith-based boarding school, in Moyo, Uganda.  At completion the school will educate more than 800 students each year.


Help Us Build Phase 2!

SUPPORT OUR MISSION

E3 Africa is a faith-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that relies on prayer and your gifts to change the world through the gift of education.  


E3 devotes 74% of total donations to educating Africa's most needy children.

UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS


07

OCTOBER

ST. JAMES PASTA DINNER

& SILENT AUCTION

Please join us for this premier event! E3 Africa's Social Fundraiser will be one of our yearly featured events for 2017! music, dinner, raffles & prizes will set the mood for this relaxing and fun evening out that will help support the children! 


22

OCTOBER

ARIZONA ROSARY CELEBRATION

This year marks the 42nd year of Arizona's Rosary celebration tradition! E3 Africa will be hosting a table inside the Phoenix Convention Center. All donations go to supporting the mission. Mark your calendars!​​​​​​​ 


IN

DECEMBER

PRESENTATION AT ST. ANDREW

THE APOSTLE CATHOLIC CHURCH

2nd & 3rd

Stop by our table in the courtyard after any Mass to learn more about our program and to hear from current sponsors on why they choose to sponsor with E3 Africa!

2018 Peace Convention

SPONSORSHIP SPOTLIGHT


CATHY PEACE MAZIRA

Cathy's father abandoned her and her mother when she was just a little girl. Her mother works tirelessly but is unable to meet the demands for their survival let alone an education for cathy. Compounded by the economic and social realities of Uganda, this layer of despair can be crushing but Cathy keeps on believing and praying.​​​​​​​

JOYCE FLORA AKWANG

Joyce has seen and endured more tragedy and hardship than many of us can imagine. She was born to Sudanese refugees fleeing the war and conflict in the Patua Village. By age 7, she had lost both her parents. The Patua Village elders shared with us that even through her tragedy she is one of the most joyful girls and continues to sing. ​​​​​​​

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix

I'm writing to express my endorsement for the efforts of E3 Africa to seek support in the Diocese of Phoenix to Educate, Enrich and Empower orphans and vulnerable youth in rural Uganda. This effort has been initiated and oversight is provided by our brother priest, Rev. Robert Aliunzi, A.J. 


I recognize that with the many special collections that are required and the option that many parishes take advantage of to support the Summer Mission Co-Op Plan, pastors may find it challenging to take on another appeal. 

While left to your pastoral discretion, I encourage you to give serious consideration to supporting this important work. It is also an opportunity for us, in the Diocese of Phoenix, to express our support for efforts within a country that has been generous in allowing priests to serve in our Diocese. Thank you for any support that you can give to this important work of charity.


Sincerely yours in Christ,


+Thomas J. Olmsted

Bishop of Phoenix