OUR HUMBLE BEGINNINGS
After several trips to the African continent spanning from Uganda, Ghana and Sudan. Dr. Sharon Brown, the former Vice President of Son Shine Christian Association Scholarship Fund, witnessed a great need for agricultural development in local communities. She noticed that most communities consisted of senior residents and adolescents. Due to the AIDS Epidemic, most of the middle aged residents were deceased.
In 2012, SONSHINE GLOBAL PARTNERS was founded on the basis of agricultural development and medical outreach for foreign communities who were affected by the AIDS Epidemic. SPG became dedicated to teaching the young adult age group entrepreneurial skills and providing annual medical support from a team of professional volunteer physicians and medical staff.
To this day SPG continues to provide agricultural education and medical support to South Sudanese refugees currently residing in Uganda, through interactive programs provided by onsite training through the Malku Institute of Technology. SGP also has increased its efforts to empower the surrounding communities and change lives through areas or education, agricultural development, jobs, and health.
To be a catalyst for change both in local and foreign developments and become one of the best human service organizations in the United States of America. We will be the top choice for our clients, the employer of choice for our co-workers, the investment of choice for our corporate, government and philanthropic partners and a model of integrity and excellence for a community-based organization.
Putting love into action by providing affordable education to rural communities with emphasis on agricultural development in foreign countries.
OUR 6 PILLARS OF CORE VALUES
Using imagination and creativity to develop fundraising efforts to further the mission of SGP.
Partnering with those who have a heart for developing local and foreign communities.
Having respect for those who serve and possess high ethical standards.
Become a beacon on hope by working closely with families, volunteers, local communities, funders and other foreign developments.
Engaging volunteers in vital and meaningful roles to increase development efforts.
Maximizing the efficient use of the funds and time entrusted to SGP.