Support The Shule Center Of Eggsellence

Help us fill our hen house with egg-laying chickens so we can begin producing eggs. We are 285 Chickens away from our goal.

Each chicken is only $10; you can even name your bird. 

The eggs will provide protein for the boys in our programs and generate income to sustain our work.  Click here to buy your chick today!

Here you can learn all about our Shule Center for Eggsellence and how it will improve the lives of street boys.

mentoring boys into becoming gentlemen

Founded in 2014, Shule Foundation is a 501C3 charity organization working with street-connected boys in Uganda, Africa. With an estimated 15,000 children living on the streets of Kampala, Shule Foundation works with the most marginalized boys in Uganda to break the cycle of street life, reintegrate them back into society, and empower them to grow up to become socially aware, financially independent gentlemen. 

"Shule" means "school" in Swahili, and at Shule Foundation, our focus is education. From the moment we meet a boy living on the streets of Uganda, we aim to get that boy into the classroom - formal or vocational - equipping them with all they need for a bright future.

Education is a human right. We believe this right should be protected, regardless of where a child lives or their family's socio-economic status.

Through our programs, our charity organization works to expand the availability of quality learning opportunities — formal, technical, or vocational — to street boys living across Uganda, providing them with the knowledge and skills they need to change their lives and reach their full potential. 

Shule's Watoto Mtaani ("street kids" in Swahili) Program conducts outreaches, operates a drop-in-center, and has a transitional home. In addition, we provide rehabilitation services, counseling, medical care, skills training, family reconciliation, educational sponsorship, and much more for the street boys of Uganda.

35-40 boys living on the streets visit us daily at our drop-in-center. We serve two nutritious meals and offer English, math, and computer classes, skills training workshops, and counseling. In addition, the boys can shower, wash their clothes, and enjoy board games and other extracurricular activities. We provide medical care, and move boys who show readiness to leave street life move into our transitional home.

Learn more about our work with street-connected boys here.