Nansana, Wakiso District, Uganda, East Africa

+256 782 729 635

Our Mission/Vision

To establish all-round progress of the under-privilleged child at all levels. To create an enabling environment...

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Street Children Outreach

ICF reaches out to abused, abandoned and homeless children living on the streets and slums of Uganda's capital city, Kampala.

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If you have a heart of serving but do not know how to, ICF has various volunteer placements in our program areas.

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Make Donations

You can choose to support any of our causes with either a one time, monthly, or annual donation. One dollar can transform a life...

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350 Street Children


200 Slum School Children


300 Slum Women


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IAM Children's Foundation is dedicated to work toward the fight against child sacrifices and international child trafficking. ICF is a worthy winner because this organization lobbies both the Ugandan government and the international community to join the campaign to end child sacrifice. And we believe God for provision of funds to build community campus which will be a center for less privileged, child sacrifice victims. Readmore



This program mainly focuses on children who come from slums, abandoned, orphans and other vulnerable children. Readmore

Street Children


ICF reaches out to abused, abandoned and homeless children living on the streets and slums of Uganda's capital city. With the help of our social workers, we visit the streets often to identify children on the streets.  Read More

Food & Nutrition


Through our regular street outreaches, we cook food and eat with the homeless mothers and street kids. They get chance to eat nutritious foods and fruits. Read More



For $35 dollars a month you can transform a child’s life. These funds guarantee that your child will receive education and two meals a day. Your sponsorship allows ICF to continually give these children a better education that will help them to live in future. Thank you for investing in a child’s future. Recurring funds is our biggest need. Read More. . .

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ICF is only possible because of the grants and donations we receive each year. We get many requests from schools in Uganda to expand our services, but we're limited by our funding from people who value our work and believe in our mission.  

If you're moved by the work we're doing in Kampala's slum communities and are interested in fundraising for ICF, below are some creative nonprofit organization Read More...



Volunteers play a very big role in organizational development. Over the past years, volunteers have had a big impact as far as resource mobilization, sponsorship, capacity building and publications of ICF work is concerned. Every year, ICF hosts a team of volunteers who come to learn and share their work relevant to improving the situation of vulnerable children.  Read More. . .

Small Scale Business


We empower women in slums with economic sustainability projects so that they can look after their children to prevent them from running to the streets. A gift of $10 can help a slum woman to start up a small manageable business. Read More . . .

Giving Scholastic Materials


Most pupils in the slums where we work do not go to school even with the introduction of free primary and secondary education. Some of the reasons leading to this include lack of access to books, pens, pencils, and related basic items that can keep a child in school. ICF comes out to help such children.

With a cash gift of $5 you can buy books, pencils, mathematical sets, pens, and other scholastic materials



Your faithful prayers are extremely important to ICF. Jesus taught, “I tell you the truth, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there’ and it will move. The power of prayer should not be underestimated. Please pray earnestly for God’s Kingdom to be impacted through ICF.

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Latest Events & News

Volunteer from Texas

Volunteer from Texas

In July 2019, we received brother 

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Fighting Covid-19

Fighting Covid-19

 3rd March 2020. 

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Feeding Hungry Families

Feeding Hungry Families

On 12th (Easter Sunday)

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Volunteers from Australia

Volunteers from Australia

On 27th February 2018, we were honored to host volunteers from Australia visiting our

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Find us on YouTube

Teaching Karimojong Children their African Heritage in their own language

This video is about one of our volunteers teaching street children that came from North Eastern Uganda in a region called Karamoja on their African Heritage.

New Shoes for Kids

Giving school shoes to children from the streets and slums of katwe, in Kampala, Uganda.

Feeding Program for Slum Children

Feeding slum children is one of our programs in katwe, Kampala.

Feeding school going less privileged children

Food is not easily available to all children in the poorest people of Uganda. So many children go to school hungry. Every once in a while we go to local schools and cook a meal for the children.

Feeding the most vulnerable families

Orphans and vulnerable children are quite many in Uganda, and it is mostly grandmothers who take care of these orphans. IAM Children's Foundation reaches out and supports these families with food and necessities.

Fighting Covid-19 in the slums of Kampala

Covid-19 has shaken countries to the core. ICF had an outreach in one of the slums and gave out free hand washing soap to children.

Gratitude to our Sponsors of our Feeding Program

Giving is one of the ways to support non-profit organizations. Many individuals have given in to our organization and this video is a note of gratitude to them.

Inspiring the young generation

Fatherlessness is one of the curses in this generation. Many kids are without fathers to inspire them. Our organization reaches out to such kids and inspires them in the fear of the Lord and good manners

Tailoring Program for Teenage Single Mothers

Many young girls give birth while still in school. They drop out of school so that they can take care of their babies. With no skill at all, both them and their babies struggle to survive. Our tailoring program helps such young girls and Esther is our first beneficiary.

Volunteers Feeding Slum Children

We have been blessed by a number of volunteers who come and do a couple of things with us especially in the feeding program.

Contact Us

Nansana, Wakiso District, Uganda, East Africa

by phone: +256 782 729 635 | +256 705 905 527

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