Madhavi is a student from India. She needs $220 to stay in school and is currently 4% toward her goal.

Raised $10 from 1 donor Needs $210


An only child Madhavi is hardworking and sincere. Although her father does not actively support her studies, her mother is the emotional support that she requires and a big reason she has been able to stay in school. She wants to become a police officer so that she will be respected in her community and so that people will see that girls are no less than boys.

Where your donation goes

Total $220
  • School Supplies
  • Uniform
  • Meals
  • School Trip
  • School Operations

Madhavi's Funding history

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


Students use this feature to share letters and photos of their progress as they go through school.

My school is respected and well known in our community. We have good facilities like innovation lab, library and mid-day meal. We are fed with highly nutritious food and which is also very tasty. I always sit next to my friends and enjoy my meals. We have a lot good teachers who not only provide us with Education learning but also educate us on moral ethics.

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