Bryan White flanked by South Africa based Ugandan socialite and entrepreneur Zari Hassan has today launched his foundation’s charity activities in Arua.
The launch will see Bryan White Foundation start offering interest free loans on Monday at their new offices in Arua town.
The offices were today opened at Boma Street in the town.
Addressing the gathering at Boma Grounds today, Bryan White advised the people of Arua to have disciple if they want to progress financially.
He called on the people especially the youths to get their proposals set and start small and grow big.
“Successful people have started small and grown bigger so you too can do it,” Bryan White said.
During the launch, Bryan White Foundation reached out to several schools like Arua Islamic Primary School, Arua Parents Primary School, Miva Primary School, Arua Primary School, Arua Hill Primary School, Arua Public Secondary and Nile High School with scholastic materials to use at their schools.
Singers include; Clever J, A Pass, Gravity, Cindy, Big Eye as well as area’s local singers.