Thanks for bringing light to 150 students like Alex! Thanks to you, Alex and his classmates now have a generator at their school. With electricity available they can concentrate on learning the skills they need to find dignified, living wage employment, escape poverty, and provide for their families.
There are so many ways that you could have spent your hard earned money, but you chose to support Alex and his school-mates. Thanks so much!
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Thanks again for making Alex’’s future bright, and our warmest regards!
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