We are a vegan organization, dedicated to caring for all lives, human and non-human.

feeding the school children

Luv4all: Uganda began as Freeborn Children’s Mission in 2018 but was changed after we realised that it’s not only humans who need love, protection and compassion.  Our organization works to protect and serve women, children and animals.

Luv4all: Uganda was started by Pastor Musisi Mike, who was born in the Mityana District of Uganda.  He now resides in Kassanda District, where he works as a vegan social activist, pastor and entrepreneur.

Luv4all: Uganda is legally registered by the government of Uganda.


Through local programs such as child welfare initiatives, teenage counseling, education and empowerment of women, early education for children, and plant-based food distribution, we help and support orphans and other children, young people and single-mothers.

By raising awareness of the connections between animal exploitation and human disease, between planetary health and human health, our volunteers work directly with locals, helping them to understand that if we take care of nature, nature will take care of us. Thus we hope, not only to achieve our local goals, but to work towards the long-term vision of a thriving vegan world.

Our Mission

To lead the way for humans and animals to thrive in harmony, by demonstrating how much better it would be for all of us, if we acted with compassion towards all life. To create a world without violence and disease, and to protect the most vulnerable among us. We will show families how to secure their future health and prosperity, and that of their children, by embracing environmentally harmless lifestyles which will benefit all life on Earth.

Luv4all stands for Oneness of ALL beings on Earth.  A Universal LOVE, where ALL living beings are equally valued, loved, protected and FREE in this world.  We are ALL interconnected.  We are all one, living in different bodies.  All animals, human and non-human, feel fear, hope, loneliness, joy, pain and love.  This concept, which may be new to some, is as old as time.

“The Earth does not belong to man, man belongs to the Earth.  All things are connected like the blood that unites us all.  Man did not weave the web of life, he is merely a strand in it.  Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself.”

Chief Seattle of the Duwamish tribe (c. 1780 – 1866)

We need volunteers to reach out to others and build support for Luv4all: Uganda.Let us know if you can help.Thank you.