Kelvin is a student from Kenya. He needs $650 by January 1, 2024 to stay in school and is currently 69% toward his goal.

Raised $450 from 5 donors Needs $200


Kelvin is a young student whose father has abandoned him, his brother, and his mother. She had an obstetric fistula from giving birth that made it very difficult for her to work. Kelvin is close with his grandparents but his mother struggles to keep the family housed and there are days they only have one meal. He wants to succeed in school along with his brother.

Where your donation goes

Total $650
  • Food
  • Books
  • Tuition

Kelvin's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2024 Grade 4
2023 Grade 3
2022 Grade 1
2021 Pre Primary 2
2020 Grade 1


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A Thank You for donating on Match Day!
"Thank you School Fund. When I grow up I want to be a doctor."
Hello, am Kelvin from Kenya. I hope to do grade 3 if I can have help to pay fees and my books. I thank you for giving on match day to me. God bless you Kelvin
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