School Partnerships

Equip a Teacher,
Empower a Student, and Endow a Generation

Agriculture is the backbone of Uganda. Partner with a high school classroom in Uganda to excite students about agriculture and grant their teacher the curriculum needed to help them succeed!

Sponsor an  Agricultural Class in Uganda

We invite you to partner with us on a beautiful opportunity that holds the chance to impact hundreds – the opportunity to sponsor an agricultural class in Uganda. As of September 2019, Field of Hope has gifted curriculum to over 73 schools throughout the country, impacting over 22,000 children! We are gearing up to award five $1,000 grants to five different schools. The best part? There is a desire for EVEN MORE! To meet that demand, we are inviting you to join us.

Sign Up as
an Individual, Class or Group

  • $250 to sponsor two levels of curriculum, 
  • $500 to sponsor four levels of curriculum, or 
  • $750 to sponsor four levels of curriculum and an “Ag Box” of tools and materials (i.e. beakers, soil testers, hoes, etc.). 
It’s as simple as that. Additionally, each instructor will receive two free teacher-trainings per year! On average, one Field of Hope school hosts ~150 agriculture students. Help them achieve success through sponsoring their class!

Cultural Exchange with
Your Class or Club

You and your students will have the opportunity for cultural exchange through letters, photos, and Zoom conferences – enriching the lives of your class or club and those in Uganda!

We also welcome private single donor sponsorships. You don’t need to be a group or class to help a school in Uganda!


Connect with your Ugandan School

There are two ways to start sponsoring a Ugandan school.


You can fill out the online form and send your donation in online.

By Mail

You can download and send in the form along with a check to:

Field of Hope
8805 Chambery Blvd, Suite 300-225
Johnston, IA 50131

Field of Hope's curriculum is helpful because "it prepares students for academic excellence, personal and career success including self-employment, and the curriculum is practical-based."
Sam Okidi
Amuca SDA
"It is better to use and incorporate because most of the activities are learner-centered and practical-based."
Isac Obote
Amuca SDA
Field of Hope's curriculum is helpful because "It engages students in activities and learning is more practical because learners are also involved. It motivates the learner to learn and inspires them to work hard."
Wilfred Obalim
Skyland HS
"The curriculum is helpful to teach agriculture because it presents precise and simple content to understand. It also points the most appropriate methods to use when presenting a particular lesson."
Emmanuel Adyebo
Lira Integrated