Sebastian is a student from Ecuador. He needs $820 by September 1, 2024 to stay in school and is currently 0% toward his goal.

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About

Sebastian was born in Loja in the south of Ecuador and lived for five years with his grandparents, while his parents went to other cities in search of work. For the last six months he's been living in Quito with his parents and his sister: the family has been re-united.

Where your donation goes

Total $820
  • Food
    $180
  • Uniform, School Supplies
    $460
  • Transport
    $180

Sebastian's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2025 Year 5
2024 Year 4
2023 Year 4
2022 Year 3
2021 Year 4
2020 Year 2
2019 Grade 7

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Hello. I'm now in my second year studying for the baccalaureate. I'd like to thank The School Fund for offering me your support so I can continue my studies and improve my academic life. Thank you!
This year I'm starting some new subjects and I think some of them will be quite difficult. I'm looking forward to the new challenges and I'm really happy to be back at school with my friends. I would like to thank everyone for helping me to continue studying. Thank you!
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