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Raised $600 from 2 donors Needs $0

About

Denis's father is jobless while his mum is a housewife. His parents are very poor and therefore can not afford to pay his school fees. He was constantly sent home for lack of fees during learning hours and therefore put him back academically. He also did not have enough stationery. He went on one meal or two per day.He never had a good uniform . Wema has helped him overcome these challenges and he is currently studying very comfortably. He is determined to work extra hard to fulfill his dream of becoming a lawyer. When he becomes a lawyer he intends to give scholarships to some Wema students. "I am determined to work hard and at the end of my course i look forward to getting a grade A." -Dennis.

Where your donation goes

Total $600
  • Food
    $50
  • School Supplies
    $50
  • Boarding Fees
    $200
  • Tuition
    $300

Dennis's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2021 Form 4
2020 Form 4
2019 Form 3
2018 Form 2
2017 Form 1

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I thank all for sponsoring my secondary education. A well stocked library and enough trained teachers has actually given me strength to do better.

Before the outbreak of Covid 19, I had a mean grade of A with 81 points. We were forced to go back home for a break of 7 months. Life was difficult at home, personal studies and access of online learning was a challenge for me. I thank God because we are back to school, we sat our first exam after the long break and I managed a mean grade of B. I am working extra hard to ensure I go back to where I had reached before the break. This will enable me to pursue and validate my dream to study medicine. I want to ensure I achieve a mean grade of A and I am working hard for it. I would wish to help ambitious children who are needy in our community.

Love.
I would like to start by thanking God for bringing me this far. I am grateful to WEMA community and its management for giving me this sponsorship and for providing me with sufficient resources for my learning.

The library has been expanded providing sufficient space for me and my fellow students to do extra learning and it has sufficient material for research. During my spare time I visit it to read story books that help improve my English.

The computer lab has also been expanded and its technologies enhanced which has enabled me to sharpen my computer skills.

I am working extra hard in order in order to attain an A in my final exams so that I can validate my dreams of becoming a civil engineer in future.

I love playing volleyball and football that keep me healthy.

I appreciate your continued support towards the realization of my dreams.
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