The Dr. Caritha Education Foundation is part of the legacy of founder Dr. Caritha Clark-Roybal, who lost her fight to breast cancer in July 2017. Prior to this tragedy, Dr. Roybal and her team traveled to Uganda in 2015 and met with educator, community leaders and parents about the education conditions there. Since that trip, the foundation has been able to start a school for economically disadvantaged children in the area, The Caritha Roybal Nursery school serving ages 4-17.
Since the passing of Dr. Roybal, her church, World of Truth Christian Fellowship, has stepped in to serve. Now we need your help to continue moving the school forward. The school is in need of funds to purchase desks, books for both the students and teachers, hire security and expand the restroom facilities on the property.
We also need to hire a cook and buy food , because for many of the children it is the best and possibly the only meal of the day. There has been such a need in the community for a school of this kind. Education for many in this area has always been out of reach , due to cost.
As a Nation Uganda offers very limited free public education. Our organization is a 501c3 Non-profit organization , so all donation you make are tax-deductible. So please give today.
Bishop Jomo Thomas began serving as the interim President & Executive Director of the Dr. Caritha Roybal Education Foundation in July 2017 shortly after the passing of founder Dr. Roybal and was officially elected as President & Executive Director January 2019. In addition Bishop Thomas is an Ordained Bishop in the Church of God Cleveland, TN and an Ordained Minister and Captain with the International Police & Fire Chaplain Association, and is currently serving as the Senior Pastor of Word of Truth Christian Fellowship located in Commerce City, CO and Chaplain to the Denver City Police Department.
Colleen McIntosh received her Doctorate in Osteopathic Medicine at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic medicine and completed her residency in Internal medicine and Pediatrics at the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine. She served in many international clinics in Mexico, Peru and Tanzania. She is currently working on providing better nutrition for the students and health education for the surrounding community
Alex McIntosh received his Bachelor's degree in marketing from Salisbury University and Bachelor's in project management from New England College. He is interested in providing a sustainable educational system that empowers and uplifts the people of Uganda.