Local Canadian Humanitarians:
First Lutheran Church, Kelowna B.C.
has a great vision for the future and is especially involved in supporting and sponsoring the Eva Ruf Literacy Centre.
Month of Love
challenges groups to give up one 'want' for a month and donate the savings to charity. The founder, Rhonda Draper, was inspired to create the movement after a trip to Uganda with Niteo in 2010.
Local Ugandan Humanitarians:
King’s Daughters Ministries
provides a home for girls and young women who have been subject to abuse or conflict. Niteo is honoured to be a small part of Sally W’afrika’s work by providing educational sponsorships for the girls and facilitating a partnership between them and Sanyu Babies Home.
David Veldhoen and the crews at Shorestone Homes have generously provided financial, logistical, and physical support as we store, pack, and ship our containers of books.
Sphere Research Corporation
Walter Shawlee II, the President of Sphere Research Corporation, has been a generous donor of scientific equipment for use in the high schools in which we work.
deserves special thanks for their belief in the children of Uganda through their support of Leaders of Distinction and Kids Helping Kids.
Hope For The Nations
was instrumental in Niteo’s start-up. Their continued belief that at-risk children can be transformed into tomorrow’s leaders is an inspiration to all and their continued support and advice is invaluable to Niteo.
is the United Nation’s Educational branch and understands the critical link between education and development.