103,175 Mosquito Nets Given in Uganda

Girl Education Program

The girl impact: Education is the ladder out of poverty. If you educate a girl, you change the entire dynamic of a household, a community and a region.


Water is Life

Think Humanity has provided 78 wells plus water storage tanks to villages and schools in Uganda.

Bed Nets 4 Life

A mosquito net will last up to five years and many times four young children can sleep under each one. The nets are $5 each and this includes us transporting them and for our team to demonstrate and train on the proper use.

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Shop for Products Made in Uganda

Give hope, pride and dignity by shopping for products made by Acholi women in Uganda. 100% goes back to our programs.

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Think Humanity Healthcare Centre Kyangwali

The Kyangwali Health Centre has been located near the Kyangwali Refugee Camp since 2012. Just in 2018-2019 we served 18,600 patients.

Mission Statement

To help save lives and provide hope for refugees and underdeveloped communities in Africa by improving provisions for healthcare, clean water, education and socio-economic development.

"To help others should be a blessing not a burden. Be blessed!" -Beth

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Feeding Families in Uganda during COVID-19 lockdown

Feeding Families in Uganda during COVID-19 lockdown

We are feeding families in Uganda. They don't have unemployment or a food bank. No church is handing out food and neighbors cannot afford to help one another. Families have nothing to eat and children are going to bed hungry. Please help if you are able.

Think Humanity Secondary School Project

Think Humanity Secondary School Project

Think Humanity bought land to construct a girls' hostel outside of Hoima, Uganda. Our goal is to have the hostel, latrines, office and one classroom constructed by January 2022. Donations are appreciated to make this happen! Invest in Girl Education

Shop for Products Made in Uganda

Shop for Products Made in Uganda

Give hope, pride and dignity by shopping for products made by Acholi women in Uganda. 100% goes back to our programs.

In the News:

Aug 29 2019 Why Ugandan Girls are Dropping Out of School
The Think Humanity Girls' Hostel (THGH) Program aims to empower and educate young women to create a better future for themselves and their communities.
Francis Mugerwa
Daily Monitor Uganda
Mar 24 2019 La Petite Ecoliere Partnered with Think Humanity
La Petite Ecoliere is proud to partner with and support charities and non-profits that empower and educate girls and women. Think Humanity is working to empower and uplift those in communities who need it most, through education, economic empowerment, clean water and healthcare.
by Roberta Lindal
Nov 26 2018 #GivingTuesday, A Day to Give in Loveland and Nationwide
Beth and Jim Heckel, the founders of Think Humanity, on Monday unfold a mosquito net similar to those their organization provides to communities in Africa struggling with malaria.
Paul Albani-Burgio
Loveland Reporter Herald
Jul 28 2018 Called to Help in Uganda
Think Humanity takes multi-faceted approach to improve lives of African women, refugees
By Shelley Widhalm
For the Reporter-Herald
Jan 31 2018 Do Justice! Advocacy
This G.L.O.B.A.L. Justice session (video panelists) was on how to bring justice to orphan care, poverty, and violence with advocacy leaders; featuring panelists Nina Balmaceda with Peace and Hope International, Beth Heckel with Think Humanity and Phil Darke with Providence World. Sosamma Samuel-Burnett, moderator and Founder of G.L.O.B.A.L. Justice.
Dec 31 2017 Hoima struggles with poor maternal healthcare
Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) such as Think Humanity (TH) have been handy in providing maternal care to mothers in remote areas such as Kyangwali subcounty. TH runs a clinic that offers maternal services to refugees in Kyangwali refugee camp.
Dec 29 2017 Think Humanity Blogs
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Dec 28 2017 Archived TH Newsletters
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Aug 10 2017 Think Humanity's Podcast Interview with Humanity's Capacity
Humanity's Capacity is dedicated to speaking with the individuals that decided to be change makers that the World needs. Our intention is to learn from these unique individuals so we can all make a difference and support each other in our only home that we all share.
May 31 2017 High School Students Save Lives with Birthing Kits
The Thompson students meet at FRCC-Loveland and the Poudre students at FRCC-Larimer Campus gathered as one at FRCC-Loveland to prepare these birthing kits for distribution in refugee camps in Uganda.
Sep 02 2015 Moms Turned Away from Birthing Centers
When a pregnant woman reached a Uganda clinic in 2009 prepared to give birth, she was abruptly turned away. The facility wouldn't treat her because she didn't have a plastic sheet with her.
"The woman retreated to a bush where she and her baby were later found dead, Beth Heckel, founder of Think Humanity."
by Eleanor Goldberg
Aug 25 2015 Women in Labor Refused Help Without One of These
USA Today. A plastic sheet packed by Colorado volunteers could be the difference between life and death for expecting moms and their babies in Ugandan refugee camps. Think Humanity partners with Fort Collins Zonta and Chamber of Commerce to provide birthing kits to refugees in Uganda.
Sarah Jane Kyle
The Fort Collins Coloradoan
USA Today
Aug 20 2015 Birthing Kits Save Babies in Uganda
Coloradoan. Zonta Club of Fort Collins and volunteers from Fort Collins Chamber made 400 birthing kits Thursday morning for Think Humanity, a Loveland-based nonprofit that works in underdeveloped regions of Uganda. Sarah Jane Kyle/The Coloradoan
Jul 24 2015 Colorado Women of Vision 2015
Coloradoan article on the Women of Vision honored at their annual gala event on July 22, 2015.
Feb 25 2015 Think Humanity on eTown Radio Show
eTown Radio Show Broadcast rebroadcast February 25-March 4, 2015.
Original air dates: January 8th, 2014 January 14th , 2014
E-Chievement Award: Beth Heckel
Award winner fighting malaria in Uganda
Feb 23 2015 Ethical Living, TH partners in Australia
Check out how Ethical Living has helped Think Humanity. Click the link below.
Apr 10 2013 Think Humanity provides, support and education
Think Humanity Inc. is not just about buying bed nets for refugees in Uganda or building a well for a village. Those things are part, but not all of its mission.
by Jessica Benes
Loveland Reporter Herald