Family-Style Children's Homes

A father to the fatherless, a defender of widows, is God in his holy dwelling.
God sets the lonely in families...

Psalm 68:5-6

Because every child deserves a champion.

Family-Style Children's Homes

For many children in Uganda, remaining with family is not always an option. Children often are found abandoned or in homes facing various forms of abuse. When a child is identified as high-risk, he or she is brought into BTCM’s family-style orphan homes.

These homes closely resemble homes found in Uganda, with a house mom raising eight children (the average family size in Mabaale) with their own kitchen and private garden.

More than just meeting their material needs (shelter, food, health care), these homes provide children with a place to belong and the love of a family. While some may stay in this home long-term, others reunite with family as conditions change or extended family are identified.