Donations & Gifts

As one of only a few children's medical assistance initiatives, Delight Children's relies on your generosity to make life-saving care accessible to every child who needs us.

Giving to Delight Children's

Your generosity is what enables Delight Children's to keep reaching out to children in need. To make giving quick and simple, you are able to give online or offline. We also encourage you to learn more ways to Get Involved in our programmatic interventions. Gifts are tax deductible to the extent permissible by applicable law.

giving@dchri.org

Online Giving

Giving online to Delight is quick and instant. We ensure that all your gift transactions are safe and secure. Gift transactions are processed securely via PayPal.

Account Number: 9030015306687;
Account Name: Delight Children's Health Rights Initiative;
Account Currency: US Dollar ($);
Bank Name: Stanbic Bank Uganda Limited;
Bank Address: 45 Kampala Road, Kampala, Uganda
SWIFT/BIC: SBICUGKXX

Other ways to get involved

Get Involved

Give by Cash, Cheque, In-kind, or Wire Transfer

At Delight, we welcome cash, cheque or in-kind gifts. In-kind gifts help us replenish medical supplies in rural health clinics within the communities our beneficiaries live.

Delight Children's Health Rights Initiative
Attention: DCHRI Giving Office
161, Republic Street
Mbale, Uganda

Do you have any questions about giving to DCHRI?

To request our direct deposit information, or to set up recurring gifts in DCHRI's favor, please contact our Giving Office on +256-392-176504.

Contact Us

Financial Statements & Reports

Accountability and proper financial stewardship are the cornerstone of Delight's continued existence. e, every name has a story, and every story matters to God. Because of this we're always going to celebrate numbers at Praise Church!

2016 Annual Report

The 2016 Annual Report provides a snapshot of the activities we undertook during the year. See how your gifts saved lives.

2016 Annual Report

Surgery Program

2016 was an incredible year for Delight Children's. Eighty three children received surgeries during the year.

Surgical Aid Program