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Raised $400 from 3 donors Needs $0


Whenever you see a group of our students laughing and smiling, you can be sure that Alex is at the heart of it. He has a warm and attractive personality which means he makes friends easily, and his facility with words makes him a natural story-teller among any group he joins. As well as being popular, he is good at sports and interested in computers. His dream of graduating with a degree in computer studies, which he has held for several years, is ever nearer to becoming a reality. It makes his mother, who he is very close to, extremely proud: he will be the first university graduate in his extensive family.

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Total $400
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Alex's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2017 Term 5
2016 Term 4
2015 Term 3
2014 Term 2


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I like all your good wishes. Thank you. I am working very hard at the moment because I hope to graduate very soon. I have enjoyed studying but it will be even better to work!
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