Skip to main content

Girls' Brigade NI

Girls' Brigade NI banner

Charity description

Girls' Brigade NI logo
As Girls’ Brigade Northern Ireland (GBNI) approaches its 125th anniversary, it has partnered with a local charity, Fields of Life (FOL), and generously committed to raising funds to build a school and provide education, opportunity and hope for 500 pupils in Karwa Centenary Primary School, Kisoro, South West Uganda.

The £125,000 fundraising project will enable the construction of classroom blocks complete with furniture and textbooks, a nursery block, a kitchen, staff and student accommodation and most importantly a clean water source.

The gift of water is both life changing and lifesaving. By gifting this school and community with safe clean water, children will no longer have to spend hours walking long distances to collect water. It will also allow children to attend school, reduce the number of water related diseases and ultimately deaths, and also reduce children being at risk of attack walking through remote areas to collect water.

Girls' Brigade NI is a Christian ministry among girls and young women, which exists to promote, extend and maintain the ministry of GB, to the glory of God.  We work alongside 287 local churches across Northern Ireland in providing weekly activities for girls aged 3-18 years old.  We are the largest uniformed youth organisation in Northern Ireland with a membership of almost 22,000 girls and volunteers.

Thank you for visiting our profile page on MyDonate and any financial contribution you can give to the GBNI School Project will be very much appreciated.

Follow us on Facebook for further updates on the developments of the school build and the impact it is having on the children of Kisoro.

#gbni  #Challenge125

Charity No: NIC100405

Find out more


How you can help


Collect donations online for this charity


Sponsor a fundraiser who is raising money for this charity


Make a donation to this charity

Fundraising activities and events

MyDonate is not responsible for the content fundraisers post on their pages, but if you see something you feel is offensive or inappropriate, please let us know