The Foundation was thus set up in 1995 to cooperate and coordinate with Government, development agencies, NGOs, community-based organizations and individuals to address social-economic and environmental problems.
In 1996, Kabaka Foundation registered as a trust to promote, encourage and support cultural, educational, literacy, economic, social and charitable projects for the benefit of the public in Buganda and Uganda at large. Among the key social evils, the Foundation sought to team up with social development partners to tackle wallowing poverty and social deprivation among Kabaka’s subjects.
Given the overwhelming need to support different community based projects involved in community transformation, Kabaka Foundation decided to expand on its network and opened up branches in other parts of the world in order to mobilize more resources and support to charitable activities. Such branches include KF South Africa, USA, Canada, UK/Ireland, Sweden, Japan, Netherlands, and many other branches are soon opening.