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About

Yvonne is the second born child in a family of five. She is a very bright student and wants to be a lawyer in future. Her dream of becoming a lawyer has been propelled by the need to help the less privileged in the society especially girls and mothers get justice. Her parents are unemployed and only depend on casual jobs to provide for the family. Yvonne believes that success never comes on a silver platter.

Where your donation goes

Total $500
  • Food
    $110
  • Boarding
    $140
  • Tuition
    $120
  • Other
    $30
  • Uniform
    $100

Yvonne's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2022 Form 3
2021 Form 2
2020 Form 2
2019 Form 1

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Hi donors,
It is a great advance to converse to you. How have you been? How is your new year? My new year is quite fine and I have made some resolutions to keep me going since this is my last academic year. It is not long since we closed our schools for a Christmas holiday. I really enjoyed it. I hope you enjoyed yours too. Is it? Anyway I have been good back in school and am glad that nothing bad had happened in our school.

I appreciate you all for your support and contributions to keep my studies run smoothly. May Almighty God bless you abundantly.

Have you made resolutions for the year? The previous resolutions were they successful? On my side some I managed to work out with them and were successful.

Anyway enjoy your time and keep yourselves safe from contracting the dangerous disease.Good bye.......
Hello donors,
It is a great pleasure to converse to you once again. How have you been? I have been fine back in school.We have broke for a mid-term break. In fact the term has been good and the busiest one. I thank God for keeping us safe academically and even mentally since many schools were burnt down bringing about interruptions in academics.

I am grateful to you all who contributed to keep me in school.I take this auspicious opportunity to thank you.May God bless you abundantly.

And by the way have you been to Kenya?If yes, did you enjoy your visit?Which region did you like most?

Good bye and keep yourselves safe as you look forward to CHRISTMAS!!
sincerely
Yvonne.
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