"I am writing to express my genuine gratitude and sincere thanks to you for sponsoring my studies. The news that I got chosen for this privilege made me more than happy.
I am pursuing a Certificate in Food Production at Kenya Utalii College and look forward to becoming a renowned chef. The financial aid you provided has made it easy for me to pursue my studies well. I’m also more focused on studying and maintaining a high academic record.
Thank you again for all your kindness and assistance. You can be sure I’ll use this opportunity correctly, study very hard and get a good job. Your kind favor motivates me to help others in need, and I’ll do so in the future."
Levi is a self-made young man, arising from every challenge faced in his formative years. He is currently working two jobs to help raise his university fees. His annual university fees is $900.
Gerald is the eldest in a family of 4. He is a university student. His mother is a street food vendor and his financial support. His annual university fees is $900
Evans is an orphan, one of identical twins. He lives with a foster family who cannot afford to educate him at the university level. He sells milk to earn an income. He also has a younger brother and sister in foster care.
Eric is the son of a single mother who is unable to educate him. His mother is a casual laborer but is unable to take on jobs because she is the caregiver to Eric’s younger brother who has cerebral palsy. They currently live with a well wisher who has offered them shelter
Deborah recently lost her father and is at risk of discontinuing her education. Her mother sells homemade crafts to earn a living and cannot afford to educate her daughter.
Daniel is the eldest of 3 children. His mother is a casual laborer and has difficulty going out to work every day because she is also raising a special needs daughter.
Eugene is 2nd born in a family of 6. His mother is a casual laborer and cannot afford to educate her children.
Lucy is the eldest in a family of 5. Both her parents are casual laborers and cannot afford to educate her.
These students have completed their primary school education and are joining high school. Their parents are casual laborers and cannot afford to educate them at the high school level
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Oscar is an orphan and lives with his uncle,
a parent of 4 children, who works in the commercial bike industry. His uncle cannot afford to educate him. He is in the 6th grade..
Kaluvi lives in the village but has little hope of education. His father is deceased and his mother works at a farm. His elder siblings are not in school either because of their financial situation.
Braxton is a 6th grade student with a medical condition that causes him discomfort and segregation. He is being raised by a single mother who cannot afford his medical care and education.
Dennis is one of 5 children that live in outright poverty. His parents are farm hands and cannot afford to educate him.
Identical Twins Samuel and Edwin are in 8th grade. They are being raised by a single mother, a survivor of domestic violence. They are currently housed by a well wisher. Their mother is a food vendor and cannot afford housing for her family.
Nephas and Ezna are twins, the eldest in a family of six. They are in the 8th grade. Their mother is a casual laborer who does house chores to make a living. Her health is failing, making it very difficult to educate her children.
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