We wouldn’t want to have anything stand in the way of us putting hope within reach. It is our desire to be able to consistently push our vision and mission by developing diversified sources of income to ensure the continuity of our activities and services to the people of this nation and beyond. TCU business entities offer supplementary management and financing for its programs.
We have a chunk of land in Gulu, northern Uganda where we are running agricultural projects. At the moment, our focus is on planting crops like maize, cassava, onions. We plan on introducing animals like pigs, goats and chicken.
The produce from the farm provides food for the residential program and the rest is sold and monies injected back into the farm plus used to support TCU activities. In the future, as part of the Hope Village, the farm will also be a place for vocational training for our students.
This is our clothing business housed at Victory City Church-Ntinda. We have an assortment of ladies and children’s clothing and men’s shoes. Do pass by to grab yourself something nice and neat to wear.
The profits from this help provide the financial backing required to keep the residential home running and also helps support our other work like outreaches, sensitization and training(s).