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Co-Founder Matthew Boyd leads board members on vision trip to Uganda

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In a season where there is much to be thankful for, Kingdom Home continues to flourish.

Our nonprofit started with one home of 36 girls in Uganda and has now grown to four homes that support nearly 200 children — both girls and boys — in just over a year.

Co-Founder Matthew Boyd, along with a group of Kingdom Home’s board members and prospective partners, recently visited Uganda to see first-hand the impact of the operations, and to tour new land that has been purchased with the help and generosity of faithful supporters around the world.

The new land is a beautiful piece of property with a stream, lush trees and rich soil. It has the capabilities to support six additional homes that will provide a place of refuge, restoration and hope for thousands of children, who are at-risk of entering the sex trade, for years to come.

“It was an incredible feeling to walk the perimeter and pray over the new land,” Matthew said. “We wrote scripture on rocks and scattered them throughout the soil, literally laying a foundation of God's word on the next chapter of Kingdom Home.”

Matthew was overjoyed to see the progress since his last visit with Ashley in 2018, including the installation of a well for clean, running water that was thoughtfully donated by Global H2O, a 100% volunteer nonprofit organization that provides clean water and latrines in Central Africa.
While in Uganda, the group visited all four homes and the children welcomed them with open arms. They brought soccer balls, along with dresses, donated by Dress A Girl, and shirts and shorts for the boys. There was no shortage of singing, dancing, laughing and playing — a true testament to the innocence that has been restored. 

The future for Kingdom Home is bright and we are excited for what is ahead. Our success is a heartfelt reflection of those who feel passionately called to help, and every little bit gets us closer to fulfilling our mission of ending child sex slavery through prevention.