Welcome to the E3 Africa Video Gallery!
We promote our mission of helping the impoverished children of Africa thru the power of providing an education. Your sponsorship provides educational assistance for children entering jr. high levels, room & board, nutritious meals, one-on-one mentorship, healthcare, and opportunities to advance their educational skills. Educate. Enrich. Empower.
The Journey. Sponsoring a child is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself. Most of the children in our program have lost at least one parent and come from the most destitute of situations. It may seem like a cliché these days, but you can indeed change a child’s life.
For the last six years, we have put on the E3 Golf Classic to help raise money to support the orphaned and impoverished children in Uganda through tuition assistance, room & board, mentorship, and wellness checks. This year has been our MOST successful year and we have YOU TO THANK! Consider joining in on the fun next year!
Learn how Opi overcame his disabilities to become an accomplished artist.
February 2020 marked the grand opening of St. Thomas Aquinas College-Erepi (STACE) in Moyo, Uganda. E3 Africa staff, board members, and friends traveled to Uganda to witness this momentous occasion! With over 200 students attending this first year, the STACE staff have their hands full but are well-equipped and incredibly skilled to handle the curriculum. E3 Africa is positively impacting the nation of Uganda by providing a high-quality education to children.
Learn about E3 Africa’s sponsorship program and how you can change the life of an impoverished or orphaned child in Uganda.
E3 Africa began in 2005 and today we have helped over 130 students graduate at the college level. We are currently sponsoring over 220 students from the U.S. equivalent of 7th grade thru the university level. With your help, we will change the world one child at a time.
You can make a difference in a young child’s life. EENU-Uganda and E3 Africa work tirelessly to educate, enrich, and empower the children in Uganda.
Learn how Harriet overcame kidnapping, abuse and torture to graduate college and start a career.