Seamstress After trying to survive life on the streets, Fiona was brought into Saving Grace as one of the first girls in the program. She received medical treatment, attended primary school and vocational school and learned about the healing love of God. She has since graduated from our program. Today, Fiona runs her own sewing business where she weaves clothes for members of the local community. She weaves beautiful dresses, skirts and more. Fiona is able to sustain herself through her business, and she is still dearly loved by all of us at Saving Grace.
Teacher Street life began at a young age for Jasper. He was exposed to many hardships included gang activity, drug addiction, and chronic illness. After being rescued from street life, Jasper attended Saving Grace Primary School, and went on to complete secondary school and attend university. Jasper now teaches at Saving Grace Primary School in the primary 2 class (second grade). His life has been completely transformed and he is now able to give back to his community by raising up children to be educated members of their community.
Business Man Peter was 16 years old when he was rescued from a street life that included alcoholism and drug addiction. He quickly responded to the love and support he received at Uncle Fred’s House and became a leader to the other children in the program. Peter now does contracting work for builders, owns and operates a motorcycle taxi business and serves the local church as a deacon. Peter recently married a beautiful girl and they look forward to life together, including continuing to minister to street children with Saving Grace in Uganda.