Summit Clothing Company is proud to help fund and design The Giving Circle Organization's projects in Africa. Summit Clothing Company has funded the building of dormitories for deaf and disabled students in Uganda and given over 300 students brand new Summit Tees to the Busoga School in Bugembe, Uganda.
The Summit Forest is a project in Uganda that is being coordinated with The Giving Circle Organization. The Summit Forest is a 25 acre eucalyptus tree farm where 100% of every dollar made from the harvests will benefit the sustainability projects that we are supporting. A steady stream of revenue will be produced once the trees are mature enough to start the thinning process. Locally, the economy will see a spike due to an increase in job availability and The Summit Forest will help mitigate the soil runoff that dilutes the Nile river.
Our goal with this Forest is to supply enough revenue to the point where we can expand our outreach to neighboring villages. Our partnership with The Giving Circle Organization has given us the ability to donate to something we know will make an impact in the lives of those who need our help. The Giving Circle can turn the world's poorest, most uneducated areas into flourishing communities in a matter of a few years. They have already done this twice with the Busoga and Kagoma Gate villages in Uganda. Through The Giving Circle's presence there are hundreds of children that are fed, clothed and well educated. Their design for sustainable village construction is incredibly effective and can fit in anywhere. The Summit Forest is going to accelerate their expansion and enable them to help more lives at a faster rate. The Summit Forest is predicted to clear $400,000 in the first 12 years; all of which will go directly to the projects.
Our long-term project is a teachers university. Our goal with this project is to raise the standard of education and make it more accessible. Currently in many parts of Africa, education is not of a high standard. We want every child to be able to go to school and learn at a high level. This teachers university will enable educators to be more knowledgeable, confident and inclusive. The best way to end poverty is education. This project is a step in the right direction.
Our newest project is to supply the medicine for a medical clinic that is being built by Fingerpaint. The clinic is in Mutai, Uganda. The village has thousands of people that do not have access to medicine needed to combat Malaria, diarrhea and other illnesses. We will also be paying a portion of the nurses salary that will help work the clinic.
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