Agnes is fully funded for 2021, but she is raising funds for the current funding year.

Agnes is a student from Kenya. She needs $500 by January 1, 2022 to stay in school and is currently 0% toward her goal.

Raised $0 from 0 donors Needs $500

About

Agnes is the second born child in a family of six. Despite facing many challenges, she managed to emerge second top student in her school. Her poor background did not deter her from achieving her goal. She is very determined to succeed in life and become the first surgeon in her village. Her father is a woodcarver while her mother is a house wife. Due to lack of market for wood carvings her father has not been able to provide for the big family. This coupled with frequent droughts has seen the family lack basic needs like food. Agnes is very focused and believes that no man is limited in this world.

Where your donation goes

Total $500
  • Food
    $110
  • Boarding
    $130
  • Tuition
    $110
  • Other
    $30
  • Uniform
    $120

Agnes's Funding history

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

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Hi friends and donors,
How are your doings? Hope you are doing well under the great mercies of our Almighty God. I take this romantic granted opportunity to thank you all for supporting my education . I also thank God for protecting me all through the term .I am still working hard to achieve my target. Although there is this tough time of Covid-19 . Hope you are taking the safety precautions given by the WHO and your government as well..I urge you to continue protecting yourselves. Keep safe as I do.

Byeeeeeee!
Hi friends and donors

How are you ? Hope you are doing well there at your place. My heart is full of joy and thanks giving to Almighty God that the schools have being re-opened under Gods protection. As my school is re-opening on thursday 7th this month I promise to work extra ordinary smart to achieve my goal because I believes that no man is limited in this world and am capable of achieving my dream. And I also know that what a person sets in his or her mind is what it becomes or happens. May God grant you His protection and bless you abundantly.Have a peaceful time.....

Byeeeeee............
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