Opening Hearts and Minds to Diversity

Through education, people develop an understanding that all lives have equal value. We at Universal Love Alliance present workshops on acceptance and inclusion of marginalized people, including vulnerable women, children, sexual minorities, elders and refugees. Our focus is on educating groups that have the greatest impact in forwarding change:  faith leaders and youth.

  • Faith leaders in Uganda have great influence. They have the power to open doors in every sector of society, to promote inclusion, and to ensure the long-lasting success of ULA's interactive programs.

  • Youth are the leaders of our shared future. When our youth become advocates for acceptance and inclusion, our diverse society can flourish.

Faith Leaders for Inclusion


for Inclusion

How we Teach Inclusiveness

Status of Marginalized Peoples in Uganda


Help us change the lives of women, children, sexual minorities & the elderly in Uganda through comprehensive educational programs that teach & facilitate unconditional tolerance, practical life skills, personal health & HIV prevention, care giving & youth outreach.

The ULA Foundation in the U.S. has 501(c)(3) status.

If you are a U.S. resident, your contribution will be tax deductible.