Christmas in Kaihura is always exciting and this year was no exception. The children of Home Again received new outfits, new shoes, and a great meal. After eating their Christmas meal, they participated in several games and races. We want to thank everyone who gave towards the clothes, shoes and food to help make this Christmas a wonderful day for these children!

Thank you!


Today was our team’s last day in Kaihura. They spent their day hard at work trying to get as much of the ceiling at Home Again completed as possible. Scott, who has been with us for nearly 3 weeks, is heading back on Thursday as well. He was busy installing more of the plumbing system in the new bathroom/kitchen addition at Home Again. We are so grateful for all the work these volunteers have done while they have been with us. It has truly been a blessing.

The team also had an opportunity to spend some time with the children at Home Again and share a meal with them. Also, despite not haivng a backboard installed on the basketball goal yet there was a lot of basketball being played on the court today. The children are very excited about learning to play basketball. This was a great wrap up for the team’s time here.

From all of us here at Know.Think.Act, have a very Merry Christmas!


We are excited to see how quickly the projects at Home Again are being complete. The crew that is constructing the Home Again addition began working on the walls today. Yesterday, with the help of our volunteer Scott, who has been an absolute blessing, the plumbing for the toilets was installed.

The ceiling in the lower house at Home Again is over half way completed now. Scot and a couple of other volunteers have used this opportunity to get several of the boys from Home Again involved in the process. This has been a wonderful experience for these young men, as they are learning skills that they would not have gotten without these great volunteers taking the time to teach them and provide space for them to participate. This ceiling project has been about much more than just a the installation of a ceiling, but a chance for mentoring and friendship as well.

Know.Think.Act and Global Support exist not to just complete projects, but to connect lives, to connect stories, and watching Scott working and leading our boys from Home Again demonstrates that, while the ceiling is important, it’s much more about building relationships. All our volunteers who have the chance to spend any time with our partners walk away changed, and walk away having left an indelible mark on those they have loved on during their time here.

Scott came with our first team in December and planned to spend 3 weeks with us here in Kaihura to help with the Home Again addition. His desire was to be used while he was here and we have greatly appreciated his efforts and willingness to jump in and lead the way with the ceiling as well.

We also want to take the opportunity to thank our friends at Facedown Records, the No Name action group, St. Matthew Lutheran Church and the amazing individuals  that donated towards these projects. We appreciate all that you are doing to help the children at Home Again! We are always looking for more people like Scott, no matter your experience or talents. If you are interested in being a part of a volunteer team, feel free to contact us here or at info@knowthinkact.com.


We are excited to see how quickly the projects at Home Again are being complete. The crew that is constructing the Home Again addition began working on the walls today. Yesterday, with the help of our volunteer Scott, who has been an absolute blessing, the plumbing for the toilets was installed.

The ceiling in the lower house at Home Again is over half way completed now. Scot and a couple of other volunteers have used this opportunity to get several of the boys from Home Again involved in the process. This has been a wonderful experience for these young men, as they are learning skills that they would not have gotten without these great volunteers taking the time to teach them and provide space for them to participate. This ceiling project has been about much more than just a the installation of a ceiling, but a chance for mentoring and friendship as well.

Know.Think.Act and Global Support exist not to just complete projects, but to connect lives, to connect stories, and watching Scott working and leading our boys from Home Again demonstrates that, while the ceiling is important, it’s much more about building relationships. All our volunteers who have the chance to spend any time with our partners walk away changed, and walk away having left an indelible mark on those they have loved on during their time here.

Scott came with our first team in December and planned to spend 3 weeks with us here in Kaihura to help with the Home Again addition. His desire was to be used while he was here and we have greatly appreciated his efforts and willingness to jump in and lead the way with the ceiling as well.

We also want to take the opportunity to thank our friends at Facedown Records, the No Name action group, St. Matthew Lutheran Church and the amazing individuals  that donated towards these projects. We appreciate all that you are doing to help the children at Home Again! We are always looking for more people like Scott, no matter your experience or talents. If you are interested in being a part of a volunteer team, feel free to contact us here or at info@knowthinkact.com.


Today, I want to highlight our current team of volunteers. This team is from Benton, Alabama. We have been in relationship with this team and their church for nearly 3 years now. They have been faithfully praying for Bringing Hope to the Family and the people in this region of Uganda.

We are excited to have them get to see, experience and be a part of what they have been focused on for so long.

On Friday many of the team members went to the village of Mbale to visit homes and hang mosquito nets. It was a great day of meeting families, sharing Christ and helping to save lives with mosquito nets.

This team has been busy all week assisting us in helping the people here. They will be with us for about a week more, so more updates will be coming.