Latest News and Updates
Welcome to Reaching Beyond Globally's news and updates section. Here you can stay up to date with our latest activities, events, and initiatives to promote higher education for school children in Uganda.
Jul 23, 2023
Newsletter Issue 9
Reaching Beyond Globally is celebrating their 5th year as a non-profit! Read on to learn how you can participate in the celebration. Also, learn more about Madrine, the woman in Uganda that keeps everything running!
Mar 20, 2023
Newsletter Issue 8
All 15 of the students supported by Reaching Beyond Globally have been promoted to their next grades! Read on about the excitement they feel for next year, as well as learn about some of the hardships their village is facing.
Nov 30, 2022
Newsletter Issue 7
In June, Marianne and Vicki returned to Kiryabicooli, Uganda, following a 2 year countrywide shutdown due to COVID-19. During this trip they saw first-hand the impact your donations are making not only on our 15 secondary school students, but on their families and the community.
May 31, 2022
Newsletter Issue 6
Reaching Beyond Globally students are finally able to return to school. Read about what they got up to while home, and about what our founders, Marianne and Vicki, are most excited about when they return to Kiryabicooli in June!
Aug 31, 2021
Newsletter Issue 5
Learn about the most recent country wide shut down due to COVID-19, how the students of Reaching Beyond Globally are coping, and our fundraising efforts to help in these difficult times.
Apr 30, 2021
Newsletter Issue 4
Hear from the Reaching Beyond Globally students about how they've been staying positive and keeping busy. See how the students handled living with their families and trying to keep up with studying.
Jan 31, 2021
Newsletter Issue 3
Reaching Beyond Globally students remain at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. See how they kept up their studies, and what Reaching Beyond Globally was.
Sep 30, 2020
Newsletter Issue 2
Read about the effect of COVID-19 on the Reaching Beyond Globally students, and how our sponsors were able to continue to support their studies during country-wide shut downs.