Faith is fully funded for 2019, but she is raising funds for the current funding year.

Faith is a student from Kenya. She needs $500 by January 1, 2020 to stay in school and is currently 96% toward her goal.

Raised $480 from 4 donors Needs $20

About

Faith’s parents are unemployed and cannot support her. Therefore, she lives with her grandmother. She loves to read in her spare time and is one of few women who wants to join the police force. She has three brothers.

Where your donation goes

Total $500
  • Food
    $50
  • School Supplies
    $50
  • Boarding Fees
    $200
  • Tuition
    $200

Faith's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2020 Form 4
2019 Form 3
2018 Form 2
2017 Form 1
2016 Class 8
2015 Class 7

Journal

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My first year of study has been full of fun experiences; there’s a lot that I have go to learn here at Highway. I now known to use a computer and have a convenient place to study free from any disturbance with electricity always available for study.

I would like thank God for bringing me this far in my journey of life and pursuit of success in life. I would also like to thank the Wema organization for giving me support and affording me a high school education.

I have been working hard to achieve a grade that would get me into university and enable me to take medicine as I would like to be a doctor in future. I have taken a keen interest in my sciences and math as they are the subjects that would enable me to achieve my dreams. I would like to help other children in the society in future.
I love playing football and volleyball, I also love reading novels which are available in plenty in the school library during my free time.

Thank you for your support and I hope you to continue supporting me and I promise i won't disappoint. Thank you.
Hello Faith! You are now funded for the school year! How old are you and what grade are you attending? I have a husband, 4 married children and 8 grandchildren. Our 9th grandchild is due in a couple of weeks, and we are so excited! What are your favorite subjects in school, and what do you like to do if you have any free time? I love to play the piano and clarinet, downhill ski, and most of all, I love to spend time with my family members. Hope you have a wonderful year ahead! With love and best wishes! Jill Post
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    Suhaib

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    Suhaib lives with his mother and four brothers. Suhaib is proud to be a member of our school community and learning new things he would not have learned elsewhere. His favorite classes are Algebra and Chemistry. With his interest in math and chemistry, Suhaib hopes to be a chemical engineer in the future. Outside of class, Suhaib enjoys reading non-fiction books, especially about history, and playing soccer. Suhaib feels it is important to be there for his family and to make them proud.

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    Alexander Mutisya

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