Dear Generous Donors,
Thanks to your contributions, we've raised enough money to fund 4 of our 10 remaining scholarship students. We are so grateful and humbled by your support. I want to take a minute to introduce you to two of the students that your donations will help fund.
Vincent, who will now be able to meet with a tutor for the rest of the year, writes in his letter to Tutorpedia Foundation:
"I'm in forth grade and I need a tutor because I need to improve with my English writing and my test score. I really need a tutor, I'm in danger of failing forth grade. I really need one on one tutor in my writing and english. Thank you for Reading my note and allowing me to have a tutor."
Here's what Natalie, the foster mother of Ashley, a scholarship student, shared after a recent tutoring session:
"I just wanted to say thank you so much for all that you do… Ashley is having the best sessions ever with Katherine. She is just amazing and has made a connection with Ashley that hasn’t happened so far. To see the two of them at work is just remarkable…It’s just really something to behold…"
Again, I want to personally thank you for believing in this project. We are still hoping to raise the rest of the funds to provide scholarships to all of our applicants. We will keep you posted on our progress, and hope to be able to introduce you to more new students in the near future. Please share our project with friends, family, or others who might want to join our effort. Together, we can make sure that all of these deserving students have the opportunity to work with their own tutor.
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