Your support is essential in funding the day to day running and development of our organisation.
Ways you can help
Individual donations – An individual can donate directly to HBH
‘Twin Clinic’ donations – Become a twin clinic with our clinic in Jinja town.
Fundraise within your clinic through money raised from treatments, donation boxes etc and support the under-served population of Jinja town that cannot afford treatment to receive the care they need.
Your donation will help to pay towards:
- Rent and running costs at Kamu Clinic
- Basic living expenses for our long term chiropractic volunteers
- Salary for a local physiotherapist and / or occupational therapist
Support a Village – As an individual or group you can pledge to support one of our outreach project villages for one year and help an entire village receive free treatment.
Your donation can help to cover the costs of sending a multidisciplinary team of a chiropractic volunteer and a local physiotherapist and occupational therapist to a village once a month for a year.
Consider that many villagers have little or no access to any form of medical care and you can imagine the scope of your donation.
The donation can be made as a one-off payment or in monthly instalments.
Estimated cost of supporting a village per month:
- Set up and ongoing administrative costs of project 200,000UgSh
- Advertising of project to the community 100,000UgSh
- Transport of team and materials 100,000Ugsh
- Rent of school, community centre, health clinic 100,000UgSh
- Salary for local physiotherapist, OT and support staff 300,000Ugsh
- Expenses including lunch for volunteer and local staff 30,000UgSh
TOTAL 830,000 Ugx Equivalent about $240/month
In return for your pledge of support for a village you will receive:
- The exact location of your village and some local statistics
- A tree planted at a central location in the village and a plaque with your name and Hand Back Health engraved.
- Personal stories including pictures from our participants
- Monthly e-newsletter which will include basic statistics on the treated population.