Keep A Child in School Project
$25 raised
1% of $5k goal
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3 Years running
We recently started the Keep a child in school project which is aimed at providing school requirements and school fees for vulnerable children in the poorest communities of Zambia. This is in an effort to reduce the levels of poverty while at ...

We recently started the Keep a child in school project which is aimed at providing school requirements and school fees for vulnerable children in the poorest communities of Zambia. This is in an effort to reduce the levels of poverty while at the same time reducing the levels of illiteracy. When we started the project, we only had five children. Now the number has increased to 25 children which are becoming very difficult to provide funding. We ask for you support to raise money for the vulnerable children so that we continue contributing to reducing poverty levels and also illiteracy.

With the increase in the number of children, we are having budgetary shortfalls as each child needs about $200 every school term. For the school term starting on 12th May, 2014 and ending on 1st August, 2014, we have managed to raise the funds through a various fundraising ventures. We intend to start raising funds for the school term beginning on the 1st September, 2013 in order to help these vulnerable children stay in school and attain an education. We therefore ask you to consider making a donation that will make it possible for these children to stay in school.

We aim to raise about $5 000 for one school term to cover school fees and basic school requirements for tall the 25 children on the project.

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