The study examined the relationship between savings mobilization strategies and financial performance of savings and credit societies (SACCOS) in Uganda, using Twegatte SACCO in Nansana Sub County as its case study. It specific aims were to establish the influence of personal savings, investigate the effect of group savings and examine the relationship between savings mobilization strategies and the financial performance of Tweggatte SACCO in Nansana Subcounty. This was informed by the literature of authors such as Munyiri (2006), Makori, Munene and Muturi(2013). The research used a correlational and analytical research design to collect data, which showed that there was a weak positive relationship between personal savings and 35 financial performance of Tweggatte SACCO in Nansana sub-county. This was supported by a correlation coefficient value of r=0.413 atsignificance level p=0.000<0.05. This means that a unit increase in financial performance of SACCOs is influenced by a unit increase in personal savings.

There was also a weak positive relationship between group savings and financial performance of Tweggatte SACCO in Wakiso district, given a correlation coefficient value of r=0.000<0.559. This means that group savings affected an increase in financial performance of Tweggatte SACCO. Findings still revealed a strong positive relationship between savings mobilization strategies and financial performance of Tweggatte SACCOs in Nansana subcounty. This was supported by a correlation coefficient value of r =0.932 at significance level p=0.000<0.05.The implication is that a unit increase in financial performance of SACCOs was influenced by a unit increase in savings mobilization.Therefore, the study recommends that the government through the Ministry of Trade and Cooperatives and other stakeholders should help SACCO’s carryout member education and training about SACCO’s operations, loans, shares and more importantly savings mobilization in order to improve the performance of these institutions.