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    Weʼve raised £0 to Help him go to school. The money will be spent on his bills, school fees, travel costs and for food and items for him to help him survive

    Closed on Monday, 4th March 2019

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    Story

    I have a friend who's an University student. He recently lost his father, he has no one else, he's an orphan now.

    He really struggled with his father's burial. His father was really sick and couldn't afford the costs to be able to get treatment.

    I want to help him be able to go to school. He has no money at all, he can only eat like once three times a week. The little money he has is what his friends would give him but he recently his wallet got stolen.

    University is the only thing that can help him get out of his situation. He has an exam next week but he will not be able to go because he doesn't have any money to travel.

    I really want to help him, he's been a really good friend to me. He's helpless right now. He doesn't know I'm doing this. He's becoming more and more depressed everyday.

    It would be wonderful if we could help him

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      Page last updated on: 11/4/2018 13.31

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