The new academic year has just started and we here at PAAJAF are most grateful to our you our donors of the children at PAAJAF. How cheerful Josephine and her friends were seeing her schools fees and feeding been settled, and school supplies were also been purchased. Josephine is now in Class 3 and is a 9 year old who is now in the cheerful mood. Josephine is a brilliant girl who loves singing. She will strike you as very happy and outgoing. She is currently attending the Real Boat International School (REBOINS) in Gbawe and is enjoying school.
We made Josephine one of our children in urgent need of sponsors, due to her family’s financial situation and her willingness to learn. Her 11-year-old sibling Kelvin attends the same school. Josephine and Kelvin experience difficulties due to their parents’ inability to provide them with the school materials but you have made their faces beautiful by putting smiles. We want to help Josephine and her handsome brother attend school permanently. We find it necessary to support her and her brother through this child sponsorship programme at PAAJAF they have so much potential and talent and can now thanks to you live happier and more confident lives. You have changed the life of a onderful young lady, we thank you for your support! Please keep in touch with us and any offers of help in kind or support are gratefully received, my email is email@example.com if I can assit you further.
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