About Cal Bombay Ministries
Throughout South Sudan and Uganda, many families aren’t sure where the next meal is coming from. At Cal Bombay Ministries, we believe that the next meal should come from the family’s own garden. Through our garden projects, refugees and other families in need learn that they can grow healthy, nutritious food even on very small plots of land. In hands-on training sessions, they develop the skills to plant and tend a garden that uses space and water efficiently. They also receive the tools and seeds they need to get started.
Cal Bombay Ministries currently has two projects. The Urban Farming Project is for low-income families in the city of Kampala who struggle to put food on the table. Many of these families have very little space, but they are still able to grow enough food for their own use. The Gardens of Hope project focusses on South Sudanese refugees living in settlements in northern Uganda. Here, we work alongside a local church to minister to the spiritual needs of the community as well.
We’ve helped over 11,500 families plant gardens. The gardens mean peace of mind because there will be food on the table and extra money for school fees and household essentials.
How your gift will be used
Your gift will be used to help families in need plant gardens. You’ll be providing even more people with access to good food. You’ll give children the nutritious food they need to grow healthy and strong. You’ll give parents the peace of mind that they can provide for their children. You’ll be helping to eradicate hunger.