Some students who have been admitted to college this year are unable to enter college because of the challenged economic conditions in their families. This project offers $700 to every student who is admitted to college but cannot afford the tuition fees so that the student will have the chance to realize his/her college dream.
What is the issue, problem, or challenge?
Li is a high school student and will go to University this year, she has to give up because of the hard condition of family. Her father died of cancer last year and grandparents are ill at bed for many years. Her mother worked more than 12 hours to support the family, but she cannot afford the high tuition fee now. This project will realize her college dream and send her to university.
How will this project solve this problem?
The College Dream Project will provide the tuition fee and basic daily expense to Li and her family, which can help them out from the hard condition now.
Potential Long Term Impact
This program will help 100 admitted university students from underprivileged families to get to school, and provide them with a bright future.
This project has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.
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