Shadrack is a student from Kenya. He needs $500 to stay in school and is currently 25% toward his goal.

Raised $125 from 2 donors Needs $375


Shadrack is the last-born child in a family of six. Most of his siblings dropped out of school. His parents are old and unable to do manual work. Shadrack was born weak and this delayed him from joining school. Though with a small body stature he is older than his peers. His dream is to become an electrical engineer to be able to help people in his village access electricity.

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  • Tuition

Shadrack's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2021 Form 2
2020 Form 2
2019 Form 1


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Hi shedrack!
Am very glad to hear that you are working very hard.Keep up the sky is the limit.
Keep working extra harder.
Hello Sharon,
Great greetings too,I am still benefiting through the on line classes.As we have been participating in the mentor series it has been very helpful for us since we are able to know the challenges in some of careers and also the advantages.Since I changed my career from electrical engineer to law ,I liked how the advocate said.I am still working extra since I understand it is through working extra one can succeed.At home we have a farm where we grow maize,beans and other crops we are still preparing that farm waiting for rain season.

I am still reading so as to achieve the goals.
Greetings Shadrack!

I hope you are finding the on-line classes at the KC LRC helpful. Have you participated in the mentor series? Did you like hearing from some engineers? Are you still interested in electricity? I think there are some good books in the KC library about electricity. I'm sure Primma can help you find them. Did you know that students who read outside of class for fun tend to score higher on exams?

I live in Maryland which is close to Washington, DC, our nation's Capitol. There are. a lot of wonderful museums there. Before the pandemic we would visit them. I especially liked the Air and Space museum and the Museum of Natural History. During the pandemic we have been hiking in the woods and taking bike rides on the weekend. We did have a vegetable garden during the summer, but now it's getting cold so we will have to wait until the spring to plant again.

Do you have a farm at your home? What do you grow?

Keep reading and doing the on-line classes until you go back to school. Take care! Sharon
Hi hope your fine. we too we are fine as well.i am glad to inform you that the climate is now we face the challenge of covid 19 i am still putting my efforts in studying through reading online keeping for school to re open
hi,is long since to converse you. hope you well.likewise am school iam trying my best to achieve my goal though its only covid 19 which has interupted with our learning activities.keep praying for pendamic to end.likewise am still putting my effords to make you proud at my last examination as i pray to this virus to end.
How are you faring, hope you are well.My going in school is more wonderful. Since i got scholarship, am benefiting from it. I am doing my best to achieve my set goals.We had broke for our mid term. I am still revising for the exam that will be coming immediately after the mid break, so i hope to do marvelous. Thanks for your support. May God bless you.
Hi Shedrack
I am a student under the same bracket of scholarship and too much benefiting from the program. How do you find life in high school ? How are you really finding life in your school?
I wish you all the best in your studies .Help your parents especially in this period that you are in holidays in doing house chores were possible .Wishing you success in all that you do .
God bless you
Hi donor,
I wish to appreciate you for the favor you did to me. If it was not for you, I would not even stepped to any high school. My parents were glad for your scholarship for now they have great hope that I would take off all poverty they facing.
At school I am working hard to achieve my dreams of becoming an engineer.

We are on our mid-term break. As I spent my break, I am busy revising for the exam that will taken place immediately after mid-term break, hope I do will marvelous.

Thanks for your support.

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