Tuesday, June 14, 2016

We Got Skillz soccer tournament 2016

2016 is yet another year to celebrate the growth of our vision of Building Young Champions through We Got Skillz Bavubuka Allsports Experience Family & Value Soccer Camp. We would like want to thank coach Libor Volf of Volf Soccer Academy for his continued commitment and dedication to growth with us as as we progress forward to this years new expansion in our partnership we thank each and every one out there supporting our efforts to build a sustainable platform and Legacy for young talented soccer players

OBUMU Mural in Jinja

 OBUMU (UNITY) SPIRIT - SEEDED in STONE CITY Jinja home of Back To The Source much love to our relatives from Tanzania the Wachata Crew and Monk256 for taking the strides of unity to encourage the growth and collaborative efforts of Graffiti arts movement on the East Coast - Bavubuka Allstarz Foundation is always proud to host, support encourage and affirm all our Young African Visionaries committed and dedicated to Using the arts to transform our communities.

#Africa Rise Celebration

Celebration counting the blessings to continue Building each other and connecting communities through Music and the Arts - Destination Berlin

Guilt & Company GroundUp Supports Bavubuka

This Thursday at Guilt & Company GroundUp features R&B royalty Mr. Dutch Robinson. Check out the most energetic, passion fueled, love magnet of a man doing his thing.
Join us as we raise funds for Bavubuka Allstarz Foundation and all the amazing work they do in Uganda and beyond

WE . STILL . SOUL . SURVIVING --- Ground Up Thursday's the Soul Redemption quest with brother Dutch Robinson You definitely will get lifted. We feel so blessed to have his love and support over the years. We sure do believe through using music and the arts we can transform lives and unify diverse communities

Global Indigenous Wisdom Summit

The Global Indigenous Wisdom Summit Program Includes:
Indigenous Prophecies & Wisdom 
Challenges & the Healing Journey 
Bringing Our Prophecies & Highest Visions into Reality

It can be terribly disheartening listening to the media and hearing about the crises facing our human family and all life on our beloved Mother Earth. Environmental destruction, economic and political corruption, social and cultural disintegration, violence and human rights abuses abound.

With the focus on all that’s negative in our world, it’s easy to lose sight of the reality that the spiritual world is always bestowing blessings and opening up new possibilities.

Ancient Indigenous prophecies clearly foretold that after many difficulties and struggles during a 500-year-long “spiritual wintertime,” there would come a great “spiritual springtime” which would bring unprecedented unity in diversity to our human family. This spiritual springtime signals the birth of humanity into its full spiritual maturity – from families, clans, communities and nations to a fully harmonious global society.

This is that long-promised time.

During the lengthy spiritual wintertime, Indigenous peoples greatly suffered – as did all members of our human family in one manner or another. While those wounds cannot be undone, they are being healed. We are forging a new path today, one in which the Sacred Hoop of the People is being restored, as prophesized by the great Lakota visionary Heĥáka Sápa, Black Elk:

Then I was standing on the highest mountain of them all, and round about beneath me was the whole hoop of the world. And while I stood there I saw more than I can tell and I understood more than I saw; for I was seeing in a sacred manner the shapes of all things in the spirit, and the shape of all shapes as they must live together like one being. And I saw that the Sacred Hoop of my People was one of many hoops that made one circle, wide as daylight and as starlight, and in the center grew one mighty flowering tree to shelter all the children of one mother and one father. And I saw that it was holy.

At the core of this global restoration is the recognition that Indigenous peoples carry a way of being that is sustainable, harmonious, healthy and just. Their ancient wisdom can guide us in creating truly collaborative human relationships.

And now these Indigenous voices from our beloved Mother Earth are coming together to share this sacred knowledge with YOU.

The Global Indigenous Wisdom Summit series features profound wisdom from leaders representing the four directions of Mother Earth. These Indigenous voices share prayers, sacred songs, prophecies, spiritual teachings and pathways to healing, as well as concrete examples for birthing a new era – one in which all members of the human family are treated with respect, understanding, compassion and justice.

This sacred wisdom is important medicine for us all.

And the sharing of this wisdom makes it an exciting time in which to be alive – as the winds of history are with us and as we begin to live in the days of the fulfillment of the sacred prophecies.

Join us in moving toward a new spiritual understanding of ourselves as members of one human family.
Information adapted from http://2014.indigenouswisdomsummit.com/

Friday, November 27, 2015

WE.GOT.SKILLZ 2015 Tournament

We.Got.Skillz Bavubuka Allsports Experience 2015 - is indeed on its way, as we prepare our selves to celebrate our young Champions we want to extend all our gratitude to both our Uganda and Canadian family for the love and support continuously to nurture such a dream space for young aspiring passionate football players who travel from different parts of Uganda to participate in this tournament Camp! Thanks to coach Sserumaga Peter Christine Balabyekkubo coach Libor Volf Babaluku Coach Jonathan - NiagraFalls Hang UPs - FortErie Soccer Club - Pepsi Cola Uganda and all the parents who make it out to celebrate their children we are looking forward to yet another great end of the year celebration.


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