Destiny Medical Centre – For Hope & Wellness
The aim of the Medical Centre is to:
1)Provide full curative and preventative healthcare to KCC children and staff, children at Destiny Bridge Academy and Stride Academy and members of the Community
2)Provide services to the community to improve healthcare in the Wakiso and surounding areas
3)Provide fee-attracting services which will generate income for the ongoing running of the clinic.
A Precious Moment, A Glorious Day!
It’s a glorious season where a stunning day anticipates. This is the day that every child of God looks forward to. It changes their lives in every way. It brings joy and happiness on their faces, for a moment it makes them forget about all the worries that the world may bring. Christmas is the most beautiful day when we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
At Kampala Children’s Center we do it our away, a way that feels unique to us. All children anticipate fun as we go to church to give thanks to God. We do a lot of amazing stuff on this day. We dance, sing, act out in every fun way we can, play a catalog of games and yes, feasting! Plus a lot of amazing activities that leave everyone at their happiest.
That’s not all, there is an incredible moment that is worth mentioning too, a time for presents! This really makes every child very happy and excited. Thanks to the KCC house mothers, the staff and sponsors who bring smiles on children’s faces. This makes the children feel loved and cared for. What makes a KCC Christmas out of this world is simply spelt L.O.V.E! God loved us, the house mothers are loving, staff love and give to every child sacrificially, not to mention the sponsors and our Dad Arnold Muwonge, who loves and cares about us dearly! Love, love, love; we are LOVED by an Amazing Love!
WISHING YOU A LOVE FILLED CHRISTMAS.
About the Author:
TAM is a teenager with a strong connection to KCC.
Alongside the charity, Music in Hospitals, Destiny Africa sang and danced for patients, students and staff in the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital and the Royal Eye Hospital.
By special request Destiny Africa also sang for the children who were not able to leave isolation wards. It was so moving to see children, otherwise so sick, with their parents, enjoying the songs and joy that Destiny Africa carry.
One child had found music difficult to handle all his life due to Autism, but he listened to DA with rapt attention and at the end of the performance, he clapped. His mother told us it was the first time he had been able to enjoy music.
It was such a privilege to bring joy and healing through our music in Manchester today!
Last week saw Destiny Africa in Melksham, Wiltshire. It has been a week of meeting friends old and new and on one dry day learning to play the good British game of Cricket!
After a week of performing to churches and schools in the area, Destiny Africa visited the Westbury White Horse in Wiltshire. It is said that this white horse was originally carved on the chalk hillside to mark King Alfred’s victory at the Battle of Eddington – 878. It was a fun afternoon and the perfect place to fly kites eat ice cream.
Thank you friends in Melksham for a great week!