Interface Uganda has strong links with CoRSU Hospital near Kampala https://corsuhospital.org/ and also Kagando Hospital in Western Uganda, through ‘Friends of Kagando’ charity – https://friendsofkagando.co.uk/
Interface Uganda relies completely on donations and services from supporters and from fundraising efforts. A huge thank you to all the individuals who regularly donate, and here are some of the people and companies who have regularly given us support:
BAPRAS – BRITISH ASSOSCIATION OF PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGEONS
Visiting surgeons to Uganda are generally BAPRAS members. BAPRAS overseas committee are very supportive of the work undertaken by Interface.
FAIRVIEW ARCHITECTURE (SEAN AND MARY KEANEY)
As well as participating in events, they have also sent regular donations – many thanks.
PRIMLEY CHURCH, SIDMOUTH
INTERFACE UGANDA has been Primley’s foreign charity of choice since 2006. The church and many fund raising efforts associated within various Sidmouth societies have helped to make donations to the charity.
Primley Church is a small, friendly, evangelical church. It is set within a large residential area on the outskirts of Sidmouth. Its purpose is to serve God, by growing as a caring church family, in order to share His love in our community. The church has always maintained strong links with other local churches and also supports the charity-run Mustard Seed Christian café and bookshop in the town.
It also especially supports St Petrock’s in Exeter as its local charity and Samaritan’s Purse and INTERFACE UGANDA, as its foreign Charities.
Sue has come along to many fundraising events, and also held many of her own to support us. These include music events, coffee and cake mornings, and her son, Isaac did a triathlon to raise money. Thank you to her whole family for their generous time and efforts.
THE MILLWARD TRUST
Regular donations which have helped with shipment of equipment and containers to Uganda.
THE PARISH CHURCH OF ST MARGARET, WOLSTON, COVENTRY
The Parish church of St Margaret regularly donate on a monthly basis to Interface Uganda. This is the church attended by Andrew Hodges’ mum.
THE PLASTICS TEAM AT THE ROYAL DEVON AND EXETER HOSPITAL
The plastics team have been invaluable both in supporting members of staff going out to Uganda to work and train Ugandan hospital staff, and in welcoming staff from Uganda to the Royal Devon and Exeter hospital. Also for collecting equipment to send out to the therapy department at CoRSU. Thank you to the plastics rehabilitation team.
Consultant plastic and reconstructive surgeon, Vikram Devaraj has visited Uganda on several occasions, using his time there to provide training programmes for Ugandan hospital staff, as well as performing surgery and changing the lives of many Ugandan people. He also regularly fundraises for the charity by giving talks and presentations to various groups, and participating in sporting events.