Some of  Our Successful Recipients 

Ssenjpija Joseph
​Grad 2008 as a  Lab Technician. He has since married and is able to support a family. 




Kamaga Geoffry
Geoffry was  a long time recipient of MCF. After graduating from high school, he went on to train in electrical repair, graduated in December of 2013  and is working as a small appliance
repairman.



Francisco Muchunuzi

Father Franciso Muchunuzi was ordained in August of 2013. He has returned to his diocese to serve the people
there.



"A PROMISE MADE, A PROMISE KEPT"
Seattle times interview

 Emily Bourgeois was a young Ugandan girl who was given an education by an order of Catholic nuns. She was sent to the United States as a young woman where she earned her college degree. She made a promise to herself that she would repay her debt by helping other needy children in Uganda, because at that time Uganda had no public educational system. In the 1980’s she began to keep her promise, and Emily began sending a portion of her income to Uganda to educate those in need.  Eventually, she found herself splitting her time between the two countries.  Finally, in2000, she took her retirement money and built a five bed-room house in Uganda. At the time the house was built, she was caring for 18 students, providing their food, clothing, medical care as well as their education.  Despite "free public education", which relies on a variety of  "fees" to cover escalating costs, overwhelming poverty prevents most parents from educating their children.

Who We Are




Company Profile

MASAKA CHILDREN'S FUND

             Founded: 2005

Founder/President: Emily Bourgeois

Treasurer: Bernard B. Bourgeois Sr.

Secretary:  Justin M. Schutz

Board Member: Paula Bourgeois