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Tributaries International, Inc.

Rating: 5 stars   1 review 176

Nonprofit Issues:

Children & Youth, Philanthropy, Religion


PO Box 510 Gloucester VA 23061 USA


Tributaries International promotes care for children, mental health training, and leadership development in Africa and the world.


400 children in Uganda have 2 meals each day at school School fees for over 100 children Mental health training for over 300 community workers Translated Ebola educational materials for French-speaking areas and used our network of contacts for distribution.

Target demographics:

community leaders, children, families

Direct beneficiaries per year:

education for over 100 children, and mental health training for hundreds of community workers

Geographic areas served:

Africa and the world


children's education, mental health and trauma healing, and leadership development.

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Rating: 5 stars  

I have worked with the Friends of TOUCH since 2006. This organization is one of integrity and true love of children. I have met many of these kids in person and watched them grow from shy down cast children with no hope to ones who express true joy and have plans for their future all because someone cared enough to help them. They are truly grateful for the chance to go to school and better their lives.

They provide not only education but much needed nutritional meals and some medical care. Some of these children were literally saved from death by the care provided from this organization. I highly recommend this organization because they follow through with their promises and work diligently to improve the lives of kids.

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