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PHOTO: Sam Chandler of Rumson with ChangeALife Uganda soccer teammates in Migyera, Uganda.

Middletown, NJ - ChangeALife Uganda will host a music and charity festival at Knightsbidge Farm in Middletown on September 21, from 4-10pm.

Bring your friends and family to a fun-filled festival presented by ChangeALife Uganda. Please join us as we celebrate the many wonderful people who have helped us open a health clinic, expand a school, sponsor 280 children, change 80 lives through microfinance, drill for water- and find it! ChangeALife Uganda founder Father Lawrence will provide the inspiration with an update on how "hand in hand" we are empowering the poor. One of our goals is to complete the water project, which needs $30,000 for the pipework which will link the health clinic and school to the well which has been built by ChangeALife
Uganda.

 

ChangeALife Uganda will provide music from local musicians Sam Sims,Aardvark Smile, NY5, and other special guests, food, beverages, pony rides, soccer, Arican dancing and s'mores under the stars, and our
guests will provide laughter and enjoyment.

The cost of a ticket is $50 per adult or $20 per student and can be purchased online at www.changealifeuganda.org , on our ChangeALife Uganda facebook page or on the day of the event at the
entrance. Knightsbridge Farm is located at 181 Whipperwill Valley Rd, off Chapel Hill Rd in Middletown.

Change A Life Uganda is a nonprofit, nondenominational 501c3 tax exempt organization dedicated to improving the lives of orphaned and disadvantaged children and their families in Uganda through quality
education and healthcare. We support educational sponsorships, income generating activities for families, and medical treatment to enable our children and their families to live, learn, work, and improve their
futures. ChangeA Life currently helps children and their families in Nabbingo and Migyera, Uganda. 

Our focus is to change the lives of disadvantaged children through education and to prepare them to be agents of change...for their families and for their country.... to continue the cycle of giving back so others can also benefit.