Alex is a student from Kenya. He needs $500 to stay in school and is currently 22% toward his goal.

Raised $110 from 2 donors Needs $390

About

Alex is the second born child in a family of five. His eldest sister dropped out of school due to lack of money for school fees. Alex used to finish his household chores before sunset to utilize the light of the day to finish his homework since he lacked an oil lamp. His room for studying was the kitchen and in many times he would light a fire to complete his assignments. Although he didn't always have money to pay for the primary school fees his teacher knew he was bright and allowed Alex to remain in school. All these challenges did not pull Alex down but he worked hard and emerged the best in his school for KCPEE results.

Where your donation goes

Total $500
  • Boarding
    $0
  • Activities
    $25
  • Activity Fee
    $0
  • Boarding & Food
    $0
  • Medical
    $0
  • Activity Fee
    $0
  • Tuition
    $275
  • Books And Supplies
    $0
  • Other
    $0
  • Boarding Fees And Food
    $0
  • Food And Boarding
    $200
  • Uniform
    $0

Alex's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2020 Form 4
2019 Form 3
2018 Form 2
2017 Form 1

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Hi Friends...
Hoping that you are fine, I would like to write to you to thank you for your support of putting an hand in paying my school fees which would have been challenge if it were not for your support. I would also like to inform you that we have left for December holiday however my appeal to you is that I will keep on working smart otherwise thank you.
Hi friends...
With hope that you are fine, I ought to write to you to thank you for your support in paying my school fees we have break for august holiday ready to revise and help my parents . Thank you may God bless you abundantly.
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