Thank you so much for your generous donations. This scholarship has now been fully funded, and the school staff will select the boy who will receive the scholarship soon. This scholarship will be given to a boy who is attending a private school in either Herat or Kabul and will pay for his uniform, books, supplies and tuition. Without this scholarship, he would not have access to the high quality education, which he will now receive. Your donation has helped to change the course of one boy’s life, by making the dream of attending school a reality.
Once the recipient of the scholarship has been selected, we will share as much information about the student with you as we are able to. Again, thank you so much for your donations – they truly do make a difference!
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