Letter from the Sponsorship Officer

Moses, who’s been the Sponsorship Officer since Pilgrim’s inception in 2001, knows all too intimately the joys and pains of informing children whether or not they get sponsored to attend school. There are countless children like Racheal here, children who...

Racheal’s Story: “Things Happen for a Reason”

My name is Racheal Atuko and I am an 18-year-old student at Beacon of Hope College. My family has been very poor and broken since childhood and yet, I am a firm believer in the phrase ‘things happen for a reason’. When my father refused to pay for my schooling, my...

Beacon Medical Center: For the community, by the community

SEATTLE—Pilgrim Africa’s health clinic, Beacon Medical Center, continues to provide care that is instrumental to the community of Soroti, Uganda. Beacon Medical Center is a private medical clinic located next to Beacon of Hope College. Classified as a Health Center...

Annex Renovations at Beacon of Hope

In Uganda, the number of children in attendance drastically plummets from primary to secondary school. Census data from 2004 indicates that for every ten students in primary schools, only one is enrolled in secondary schools. Pilgrim Africa has assumed a comprehensive...

Beacon Of Hope Robotics Teams Win Again!

School is now in full swing for our students, from taking midterms to competing in international robotics competitions, there’s always something happening on campus! We’re also singing major praises as we’ve recently received a grant to purchase an...