We are very pleased to tell you that we have ushered in a new school year once again. Christpher and the other kids under the PAAJAF Sponsor A Child program would like to say a BIG THANK YOU! Because of your support they were able to go to school in the 2014/2015 school year. As we are updating you on today, Thursday, September 24, 2015, it is wonderful to see our child scholars almost always return to school with a new sense of wonder at the world, better understanding of global issues, fresh minds and an ignited passion for making a difference – since you have shown your care for them. It is wonderful again to be able to witness the change you are making from a distance.
The kids have just started a new school year, however only Christpher has got a sponsor for the 2015/2016 school year, we are most grateful to his sponsor Anna and other donors to our Kids. Out of 12 scholars we sponsored in the 2014/2015 school year, only Christpher has got a sponsor at the moment for this 2015/2016 academic year. Would it interest you to read about all the kids at PAAJAF under our sponsor a child program? Please take few minutes to read their profile here: http://paajaf.org/sponsor-a-child/paajafs-kids/ and their individual live updates.
It is sad news that some of our scholars have not got their fees, school supplies and lunch being paid. As mentioned above, only Christpher who has got a sponsor and has got school fees, school supplies and lunch paid has return to school with hope that he could be successful stayed in school without missing a class. Yesterday 23 September 2015, we managed to make partial school fees payment for Erica, Vera, Judy, Sara and Modecai and negotiated with the respective schools to loan the mentioned kids with school supplies and lunch so that they could go to school and could not miss classes. Sadly, Mary and Miriam had changed their school since we have no fund and that hasn’t been able to reach them.
Would you please help to promote this cause and look for sponsors and donations from your friends and networks so that we could pay the loans the schools have granted to our children and the those we have not reach them we could also support them?