Gloryne is a student from Kenya. She needs $340 to stay in school and is currently 0% toward her goal.

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I am a girl aged 13 years old, hard working and dedicated to my studies. I went to Olympic Primary School and managed to score 400 marks . I am staying with my family: father, mother and my three sisters. My father is a casual worker while my mother runs a small grocery kiosk. We live from hand to mouth due to low income from both my parents. I am a girl who believes that being poor is the state of mind and not permanent because good attitude and hard work can help change my life. While at work, my mother had her fellow group members talking about the scholarship from SHOFCO and then she helped me to apply. After confirmation that I was successful as one of the beneficiaries I am really thankful to the almighty God because He's great.

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Gloryne's Funding history

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


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We are excited to be able to help you as you continue your education in Kenya. The Lord God has blessed us richly, and we are grateful to be able to extend that blessing to you. Remember God is always with you along your journeys in life and He loves you!

In Christ-
Aaron & Kelsey Jansen

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