Help 250 Disabled Kenyan children go to school

 
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Dec 24, 2009

Collins Scope Top Awards

Collins Scope Top Award

Collins was awarded for his commitment to participating the TYSA activities. He received the trophy yesterday at the TYSA end year sports events. Collins, who has a physical disability, will be joining special school next year. Collins said ‘Asante sana kwa wote ambao wamenisaidia kufikia hapa’ {I am grateful to all those who have made me who I am today}. Your continued support to Collins will ensure he goes to school next year. Your support has already enabled him to acquire a wheel chair and support him at home with food, clothing and medication

Collins wishes you a Happy Christmas and Prosperous 2010

With Warm Regards Gichuki

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Project Leader

Gichuki Francis

Executive Officer
Kitale, Kenya

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