What We Do
Sixty Feet meets the immediate needs and seeks to provide long-term restoration for imprisoned children. We have many different programs that help us accomplish these goals. We want to share Christ with these children in word and deed.
Our Child Development programs supports imprisoned children and formerly imprisoned children in school. Our programs range from sponsorship in special education skills, to vocational skills training app.
Our medical team provides medical care for over 5,000 children each year. We provide both preventative and acute care for imprisoned children in Uganda.
Reuniting children with their families is crucial to our work. When done well, children do not end up back in the facilities and break the cycles of poverty, crime, and trauma in their lives.
Sixty Feet provides both individual and group counseling. Our counseling program runs in coordination with our discipleship program so that we are always connecting healing with the love, hope, and peace found in Christ.
The facilities that house imprisoned children lack basic needs. Therefore, Sixty Feet provides for these basic, yet critical needs, such as soap, toilet paper, and food.
Sixty Feet longs to break the cycles of injustice that is common in third world countries. Therefore, we work to provide for the legal needs of children before they arrive in the facilities and once they are there.