Wow! We can’t believe that you funded an entire year of school for Negline with just a few clicks and your amazing generosity.
Because of you, we’ll be able to keep Negline in school and learning the skills she needs to build a brighter tomorrow. Negline’s been doing really well in school so far this year, but if she needs extra help we’ll be there to get her the tutoring she needs.
We’ll be able to support Negline because you chose to give. There are so many things you could have spent your hard earned money on, but you chose Negline. Thanks so much.
We’ll keep updating you about Negline and all her classmates through this project’s parent page, Break the Cycle of Poverty with Education. If you ever have any questions about how we're using your donation, please email Emma@IDVolunteers.org. We’d love to hear from you!
Thanks again for making Negline’s future bright, and our warmest regards!
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