Dear Project Supporters,
Your ongoing support is greatly appreciated as it continues to make an impact on the future leaders in Sierra Leone. Two of the students that have directly benefited from your generous support are Festus & Joy.
Festus has four younger half-siblings and lives with his father and stepmother in a one-room flat rented in a big house compartment at Looking Town in the Grafton community, the Eastern part of Freetown. His favorite subject is mathematics, he loves playing soccer and hopes to work professionally at a bank when he grows up. He is currently in class four and is attending the Our Lady of Mount Camel Catholic Primary School.
Joy has no siblings and she lost her father at a young age. She lives with her mom in a single room at a joint apartment at the Smith Lane, Gbendembu, Goderich community in the western end of Freetown. Her mother is a low-income earner, she does door to door sales of rubber slippers. Joy is attending the Methodist Girls High School and she is in her second year at Junior High School. Her favorite subjects are Mathematics and English and she enjoys singing and reading. Joy would like to become a Medical Doctor when she grows up so she can take care of sick people.
Your support has truly made a difference for Festus, Joy, and other students in Freetown, Sierra Leone. We welcome your ongoing support as we continue to provide children in Sierra Leone with the resources they need to be the Future Leaders of Sierra Leone.
Our recurring donors are truly making a lasting difference. If you haven't had the chance to sign up for a recurring donation yet, we warmly welcome your ongoing support as we continue to provide children in Sierra Leone with the educational resources they need to be the future leaders of Sierra Leone.
Please share this project with your contacts and invite them to consider supporting this ongoing project. If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at GlobalGiving@developafrica.org.
Amy and the Develop Africa team