• For the education of orphans
    raise your helping hand
    We foster the welfare of Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVCs)
    through improved access to quality education.
  • Donate
    For vulnerable children
    We provide basic health, food and nutrition security,
    social economic security and palliative care.
  • Volunteer
    For Their Better Future
    We work with grass root communities, and improve their way of life.

About Seeds for Success

Founded in 2015, Seeds for Success (S4S) is a non-profit Non-Government Organisation (NGO) working in Uganda. It is the brainchild of concerned citizens with a passion to assist disadvantaged children, families and communities in Uganda through tackling the causes of poverty.

Our Values

Respect for God, Self and Others

We acknowledge and respect God as sovereign and ultimate giver of life, and value his created people for their individual uniqueness & intrinsic worth.


We are custodians of the resources entrusted to us and we commit to faithfully manage them for sustainable impact.


We shape, direct and guide people to be intentional and purposeful about the pursuit of their dreams


We believe in the strength of the collective and doing better together.

Creativity and Innovation

We are open to new ideas, embrace positive change and take disciplined risks to develop sustainable solutions for and with our beneficiaries.

Our Causes


Education is our Flagship Programme. Focusing on primary & secondary school education, the programme adopts a holistic approach that draws in school dropouts, youths, women & the entire community.


The main objective of the agriculture component is to improve household food and nutrition security. This we will do through promoting sustainable climate sensitive agricultural practices and technologies.


At S4S we believe that lack of access to health services as well as health education is one of the leading causes of poverty in rural communities. We therefore aim to raise community awareness of the hygiene and sanitation issues, and the threat of communicable diseases.