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Raised $220 from 2 donors Needs $0

About

Roopa enjoys playing badminton and football. She loves crafts and reading Hindi stories. Someday she hopes to become a fashion designer and she is learning to stitch in vocational training.

Where your donation goes

Total $220
  • Meals
    $40
  • Uniform
    $20
  • School Supplies
    $25
  • School Operations
    $120
  • School Trip
    $15

Roopa's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2017 Class 10
2016 Class 9
2015 Class 8

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Hello Roopa,

I hope to see and wear your fashion one day!

Debbie
Namaste,
I am studying in class 9th. I am enjoying my classes. Specially SST classes. We played games every Saturday.

Thanks
Roopa
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