Help 6 year olds with their New School

A fundraiser by Daniyal Hassan
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This is the month of January and this school in Pakistan on the outskirts of Sargodha has started its routine classes. The school has almost 300 students. Some of them start their journey, through mists and marshy lands, for their basic education at 6 a.m. they continue their march till 8 to reach their destination. Once they come in they are seated on the cold bare floors because the school has no furniture to spare for 5 and 6 years old kids. Blackouts in the country are frequent and classrooms have no glass in the windows. Cold wind blows the spirits over. Some catch cold, some leave and fall into the abyss of child labour in order to support their households and mostly those are the ones who struggle for a piece of bread throughout their life. Those who could afford to come on daily basis continue and while progressing into the senior grades they are then privileged to use wooden benches and chairs but in winter season their seats are placed outside in the sun since this Elementary school has only three classrooms and no heating system. These kids have nothing to fight winter but their pure spirits and they exploit it to the extremes. Two of these young fellows passed away during this winter. Help us to build this Elementary school so we can have 12 classrooms instead of only 3, so we can provide heating systems in order to fight the cold, so we can install solar power energy system when blackouts strike us down, so we can build a modern kitchen to provide our kids hygienic food. Please help us secure the future of these five and six years old kids. Your fundings will have an immediate effect on these children lives. Please be generous so we can achieve what we have set out to achieve. Thank You Daniyal & Amaan.

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