News, Visionaries | January 27th, 2007

In the summer of 2006, Clovis Ategeka, downloaded our Vision Force 101 program. His story begins here. Fast forward 6 months and Clovis has rented space for his Vision Cafe. Now the workshops and classes he leads can be held indoors, and his students who are learning to be visionaries and entrepreneurs can connect to a global community through the internet… But first, they need to secure internet access. Currently internet service is monopolized by two companies and is quite difficult to come by. It takes a substantial investment to secure internet access for his cafe. $3,400 will do it, and we’ll provide his cost breakdown and business plan upon request. Start helping Clovis get his cafe wired by making a contribution through this secure funding opion: ChipIn:

On behalf of Clovis and all his students, we thank you!


  1. Theway2k

    Jan 29th, 2007

    Well Clovis I did not know you have upgraded to your own domain blog.

    I pray that you meet your financial goals in Jesus’ Name.

  2. michael muchomba kinyua

    Feb 9th, 2007

    hallow am michael from kenya am a TOT, PEER EDUCATOR ,and a COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER ,am also the chairman /founder of a youth community based organisation i would like to now more about yhe voluntrarism thanks

  3. Robert Swadling

    Feb 9th, 2007

    I am A.B.C certified prosthetist looking to help the disedvantaged .
    Please contact me with more information how I can help.

  4. Robert Tolmach

    Feb 16th, 2007

    You will want to know about

    The site lets you choose exactly what you want to do to make the world a better place. For just a few dollars, you can choose from among such opportunities as:
    • preserve an acre of the rainforest;
    • provide cataract surgery to make a blind person see;
    • provide a child with her first book;
    • fund an hour of cancer research;
    • shelter refugees;
    • feed the hungry
    • and many more

    Browse by cause, see what experts or friends suggest, or search by name for your own favorites. With thousands of specific donation opportunities addressing virtually every cause, you’re sure to discover something that moves you.

    When birthdays, weddings and holidays roll around, donation gifts made in a friend’s name offer a wonderful way to show we care, instead of buying yet more stuff. After all, how many of us really want another fruitcake or fuzzy slippers? Imagine, for one delicious moment, how much we could accomplish if even some of the $250 billion we spend each year buying presents went instead to donation gifts that do good. Wish lists and registries ensure we get the perfect gift, while personalized, printed greeting cards announce this more meaningful way of showing our love. The site is both a tool to facilitate and also a catalyst to promote this social norm.

    Profile pages with favorite causes and favorite nonprofits let us share our enthusiasm and passions with others. Giving becomes more than a transaction; it becomes a way to share your interests and passions with others.

  5. kristeena

    Feb 20th, 2007

    hi clovis,
    give yourself a pat on your back. great work indeed ! i wish i could help you but the funny truth is we both are on the same boat. but i promise to pray for your success in this sincere and mammoth effort of yours.

  6. Mary Elizabeth Keller

    Feb 20th, 2007


    My name is Maire’, and I am i n the USA. I can help you with spiritual blessings and affirmation now, and hope in more ways later.
    Good luck in your wonderful endeavor to help Ugandan youth grow….Best Wishes,

  7. Anonymous

    Feb 21st, 2007

    I am with everything that promotes peace, love, rationality and goodbehaviour. In asmuch as you support all this, i am with y ou.

  8. nockia

    Feb 12th, 2008

    Iguess you are rely doing agood work which will bring abetter world for all

  9. nockia

    Feb 12th, 2008

    Perfect start Said keep this up

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