Gbawe Community, a suburb of Accra, Gbawe, has a population of about 45,000. Roughly 45% of Gbawe’s residents are unemployed. The majority of residents live in a state of poverty and they have very few resources for education and jobs training; so they are trapped in a continuous cycle of deprivation and PAAJAF is committed to support the underprivileged and the neglected children, youth and women in the community.
Since the inception of PAAJAF has been able to provide scholarship education for four children in the communtiy through your generous given. If your donation had not been received we wouldn't have been able to reachout to them and we thank you all for the concern. Due to the recent decline of support it has made it difficult for us to pay the school fees for some of the children and it is sad to inform you this. So currently PAAJAF pays for only one of the children fees.
I am writing to you today and please to come to our aid to sustain this project and also careter for the children need. We have a sustainability plan to support this cuase and the plan is to set-up a thrift store in our community to sell children and adult clothing, shoes and other small household items and that all the sale income will gear toward the PAAJAF project, and that the children, youth and women in our community will be the beneficiaries. In order to get this sustainability project set-up , we would need $10,000 to ship and pay the handling cost of container of goods to commence the programme and we are please pleading to you to come to our aid.If you have few moments, watch our video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHQKlfCEiCM&feature=relmfu Thank you
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