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Alfie Brookes raised £65 from 5 supporters
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Weʼve raised £65 to pay for teachers wages, and improve facilities at Abuko Lower Basic School and Nursery in The Gambia.
- Funded on Wednesday, 1st January 2020
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In January 2020, I am going to Abuko Lower Basic School and Nursery which is a small school in The Gambia with other Stoke-on-Trent Sixth Form College students. Whilst there, we will teach lessons to the students and help to improve their education by giving them new experiences.
Any donations will help with paying teachers wages, which are around £360 per year as well as purchasing school equipment for the children. As a group , we are also raising money to improve local facilities which will greatly increase the quality of life for the students. This has included building a bore hole in order to give the students running water in the past and this time will will look to improve sanitation at the school, and improve both the students quality of life and education .
In order to raise money, I will be conducting a sponsored row later this year on 10th September 2019 at Stoke-On-Trent Sixth Form College. I will complete the row with a friend in which we will both complete a full marathon on a rowing machine which is 26.2 miles or 42,195 meters each.
Thank you to everyone who donates!
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Sep 13, 2019
Love from Chelsea, Will and kids xx
Sep 10, 2019
Well done alfie
Sep 10, 2019
X well done Alfonzo
May 15, 2019
You go girl!
May 6, 2019
40k will be easy can’t wait
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