Suhaib is a student from Somalia. He needs $1800 to stay in school and is currently 44% toward his goal.

Raised $800 from 3 donors Needs $1000

About

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.

Where your donation goes

Total $1800
  • Food
    $540
  • Supplies
    $360
  • Teachers And Staff
    $720
  • Facilities
    $180
  • Tuition
    $0

Suhaib's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2019 Grade 12
2018 Grade 12
2017 Grade 11

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Hello Everyone,
Thanks to everyone who helped me out and I really appreciate your effort. Now I am in the states as an exchange student and so far I am doing great. Evrything is different but I am going alone with it. Luckily, I get a great family and Thanks to them for their generosity. In the school, I am doing well and now I finished my first semester. My classes are based on my future dream and really they are good and enjoying them so far. Finally, thanks everyone again and I am looking forward to overcome my dream.
Suhaib,

I just wanted to send my encouragement from the United States. I'm a college student and I'm rooting for you. Keep working hard in school and putting in all your effort and I'm sure you will be successful in whatever path you choose to take. I share your love of science; the world is always in need of more scientists and engineers. You're almost done with high school! Good luck!

-Nick

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