Samson is a student from Tanzania. He needs $375 by February 15, 2018 to stay in school and is currently 0% toward his goal.

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Class Rank: 2/29 My happiest moment in life is when I scored the highest grade A in the class seven exams. My dream in life is to become a surgeon. I am going to get there by studying hard and read a lot of books. The most difficult experience in my life was when my father was seriously sick and finally died on a Sunday morning at 8:00AM. I learned no one is immortal, everybody can die unexpectedly. The moment which I felt proud of myself is when we build a new house. I plan to give back to the community, after I become a surgical Doctor. I will build a surgery hospital and treat those who can't afford the surgery. I plan to give back to the School Fund by contributing 10% of my salary and to work together with this organization.

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Samson's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2018 Form 4
2017 Form 3
2016 Form 2

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Dear Students,

Last Sunday was the last day of my 2017 school year at my university. My sister graduated after four years with the same university. My family and I attended her graduation. There were several speeches presented by different speakers to the graduating students. I was moved by one in particular so I’d to share with you one of the key points of this speech: the importance of giving back.

“Giving back is where you give, and then nothing happens. No benefits for you, no recognition, nothing tangible gets sent your way. Your biggest and sole reward is the realization that you’ve made a significant change in someone’s life. And if not “significant” then a positive change nevertheless.”

So students, regardless if you will be graduating or continuing on with the same school, let us give back to our community whatever and whenever we can. If you have specific talents, teach others what you know, help out others whenever you are able. As the speaker said, privilege comes with responsibility. We all have the privileges of getting an education; therefore, we all have the responsibility to help others who are less fortunate.
Have a wonderful summer!
Cheers,
Jonathan Gilbert
hello judy
really the past week did not go well to me i remember i went to a certain house where my friend was staying but when i reached there i knocked a certain lady came out and i asked is a certain person staying here she told me may be ask the other house i asked she came again a certain lady she told me that she dont know that person but she told me maybe ask the next two rooms when i knocked he came out one men i asked him he told me the same suddenly the guy told me to sit down and then he told me that i am a thief suddenly they came other three mens they started beating me they beat me like for an hour but they were not having any evidence that what have i stolen from them so they decided to take me to the police station but still they were not having any evidence all this happened during the night so i slept at the police station early in the morning i
went home
all the best samson
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