Sharon is a student from Kenya. She needs $650 to stay in school and is currently 27% toward her goal.

Raised $180 from 4 donors Needs $470

About

I was raised by father after the death of my mother in 2009. She was the family' breadwinner and this proved very difficult for us. In primary school, I was supported by well-wishers and they were not able to extend the help beyong that level. I dream of being a doctor and help people in my community and Kenya at large. Hopefully, my influence will be some dsy felt across the globe.

Where your donation goes

Total $650
  • Tuition
    $650

Sharon's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2022 Grade 12
2021 Grade 11
2020 Grade 11
2019 Grade 9

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Forever grateful...
Thank you TSF...
My Performance for this term had an improvement and I wish to Improve more in the next term.

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