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WHAT WE DO

GO Overflow is a conduit for churches, businesses, and individuals to partner with faith-based organizations around the world who are committed to impacting their communities on a daily basis.

mission trips


Equip assignment

Prepare and train team members

Coordinate trip details domestic and international

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Bring teams to international locations to work with trusted partners

Empower individuals to step out in faith

Restore

God uses YOU to bring spiritual and physical transformation

He restores and renews


our partners

child_friendly Latter Glory
Outreach Clinic
people African Hearts
Community Organization
home Grace Villa
Girls Home

Latter Glory Outreach Clinic

LGOC meets acute medical needs for people in the community outside Kampala, Uganda. Of particular focus is maternity care, and ladies who come to the clinic seeking abortion. The clinic Director, Cathy Birungi, and her staff offer pre and post-natal care and will deliver the babies, regardless of ability to pay. Because of the generosity of our Dallas-based partner Thrive Women’s Clinic, LGOC is able to offer pregnancy tests, provide ultrasounds and has purchased a generator to ensure lighting is available for labor and deliveries that occur during the night. In addition, LGOC was recently approved by the Ugandan government to receive vaccines and Malaria medications, which can be then offered to the people of the community free of charge! LGC is host to the “Glorious Ladies” sponsorship program, where women learn a skill such as hairdressing or tailoring, and receive needed support as they move towards financial independence.

African Hearts Community Organization

African Hearts is ministry with a heart for vulnerable children, and is also based outside of Kampala, Uganda. Founded by Executive Director Lutaaya Abdul, AH was established in 2001 to help address the growing number of children living on the streets. These “slum children” are often orphans who face family abandonment, violence, hunger, exploitation and abuse. African Hearts bring hope and purpose to the lives of many children, promoting physical, spiritual, and emotional healing through their programs and loving staff. Their programs include slum feeding, transitional and boarding homes, African Hearts Junior School, vocational training, Royalle Brass Band, and the newly formed "Hummingbird House", which is a home specifically for girls currently trapped in poverty and prostitution.

Grace Villa Girls Home

Grace Villa is a safe and loving home for orphaned and vulnerable girls living in Kabale, Uganda. The vision for Grace Villa began through Director Ruth Bahika, who is from Uganda but grew up primarily in the United States. As a licensed counselor, she learned of the desperation in her home country, and left her comfortable life in order to rebuild and support girls in need. In addition to housing for those truly orphaned or abandoned, Grace Villa offers programs for girls in the community who can participate after school and on weekends. They have a lunch feeding program for those in need, vocational training, club activities, a thriving soccer program/team, and discipleship groups. The girls also have a successful tailoring program, and learn to create beautiful clothing and crafts to sell, known as “Kikazi”.