"Because we are all in this together to rock the world"
- Irene Baseke, 18 years old
Life Charity Focus is currently administered by volunteers in New South Wales and operated by staff in Budaka Uganda. All staff in Uganda are fully funded through donations, fundraisers and fee paying students at our school.
We would not be where we are without our team. We all work together to make things run smoothly, and smooth things out when we cross bumps along the way. The Australian team are in Uganda at least once a year, and if it was possible they would be there full-time. Our family nature, love for the community, and love for each child and family is what bonds us strongly together every day.
Meet the team below, and feel free to get in contact with us for any specific enquiries
Chief Executive Officer
Anna grew up in rural New South Wales and works as a speech pathologist. She has extensive experience working with people with disabilities and is particularly passionate about touching the lives of people with special needs in Uganda.
Co-founder & President
Dione is from rural New Wales and co-founded LCF in 2015. She is most passionate about fighting poverty through education. She ensures LCF children receive a private quality education.
Web Designer & Coordinator
Belinda is a Ugandan-Australian actor and voice-over artist. She has a heart for helping those who are lost and broken. She is passionate about seeing them have hope and a sustainable future.
Co-founder and Director
Moses is the visionary behind it all, and is passionate about empowering his community to become sustainable through quality education. He is driven by his own experience of being sponsored and uses his experience to ensure LCF encompasses all important aspects of sponsorship.
Head of Sponsorship
Aunty Dorcas is a qualified
social worker and secondary grade teacher. Children are at the heart of everything Dorcas does. With her qualification as a social worker, Dorcas also has a very big heart for children with special needs.
You often will find Uncle Stephen at the school until dark and on the weekends, ensuring the boarding students are happy. Stephen grew up in a poverty stricken community and saw first-hand how difficult it is to receive a quality education. He is passionate about ensuring the school is self-sufficient and sustainable.
Monitoring & Evaluation Officer
Aunty Celina is a qualified secondary grade teacher. Celina has worked in a range of different projects and brings years of experience with her. She is involved in administration and handles all of the finances ensuring all of the money is appropriately distributed.
& Director of Special ed school
Mumma Racheal is a qualified primary school teacher who has a desire to support children with disabilities. Racheal brings a wealth of knowledge to the team! Racheal believes that every child, no matter their differences, deserves a right to education.