Saint Ann Foundation

Unverified non-profit organisation

Saint Ann Foundation (SAF) is a local independent non-profit organization in Uganda, founded in 2012 (MIA/NB/2017/08/173) with an affiliation in the US under a 501©3 NGO (EIN 83-0652651). SAF is dedicated to providing opportunities to underprivileged children and women through education, cultural arts and community support. SAF works with the poor to overcome poverty and injustice as well as alleviate the distress of the vulnerable and defenseless. They provide food, shelter, and love to those who are marginalized and in need of compassion. SAF serves all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, gender or economic background etc.
SAF programs support children and young people to participate more fully in their education by providing scholarships, emotional, practical and financial support. The programs give disadvantaged children the skills and motivation to stay in school and get the most from their education so they can create a better future for themselves. To achieve this the foundation fosters international cooperation, community based development and cross cultural programs to ensure that all children have access to an enriched education and future opportunities. Above all, they believe “education attainment is an important predictor of future employment, welfare, and health prospects – and it improves [a person’s] ability to contribute socially and economically in the community.”


Year established


Organisation annual cash turnover (in US$ equivalent)

Less than 500,000

Participant in relevant networks

The Local Government in Uganda WANGO and CIVICUS networks

Further information

About this organisation

Partnership types

Project funding; Provision of services / personnel

Regions / countries / territories

Africa: Uganda

Global issues

Agriculture, aquaculture and forestry; Arts and culture; Children, youth and all (6)

Goods categories

Agriculture, aquaculture & forestry; Arts, crafts & toys; Books & all (4)

Business sectors

Agriculture and livestock; Arts and culture; Community and social services; all (4)