Amos has a special message for you!
You have provided Amos with the best gift of all: the gift of an education. Thanks to you, Amos is one step closer to graduating, and one step closer to creating a better life for himself. Even though you are miles apart from each other, Amos would still like to thank you himself!
You have made all this possible. If you would like to send Amos a letter, please send your correspondence to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please remember to include his name in the subject line, and we’ll make sure that he knows that he has supporters cheering him on.
You are a hero-- thank you.
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