Published Monday, January 30th, 2023
Mulumba's nonprofit, Father to the Fatherless, aims to make a difference in the lives of orphans, widows, and single mothers.
The Eta Pi chapter of Delta Sigma Pi, a co-ed professional business organization that focuses on the professional development of members at Wayne State College, invites the public to “Tragedy to Triumph: Saving Uganda Orphans and Building Dreams”, a free talk by Mathias Mulumba at 7 p.m. Feb. 7 in Gardner Hall auditorium on the WSC campus.
Mulumba is the founder of Father to the Fatherless, an organization he created to “make sure that the basic needs of children without homes are met.” The organization’s stated mission is to reach out to the street children, orphans, single mothers, and widows of the world through education, nutrition, boarding, and fostering. He and his wife founded the organization as a nonprofit for which they have raised funds, purchased land in Uganda, and began several building projects.
Delta Sigma Pi also hosts several community service, fundraising, and social events to strengthen the organization. The Eta Pi Chapter at Wayne State received the 2019-20 Most Outstanding Chapter Award for the Great Plains Region.
For information: Dr. Trish Kolterman, WSC associate professor of management, at 402-375-7248 or email [email protected]