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- Closed on Saturday, 17th November 2018
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Hey everyone, and thanks for taking the time to read and to hopefully donate to this amazing cause.
I am currently fundraising to travel to Africa in order to continue with our mission in helping to improve lives for thousands, if not, millions, for future years to come. Here in the UK, many of us take education for granted and accept it as everyday culture and life. However, have you ever thought that people in Africa, even if they wanted to improve their quality of life, then they would be unable to do so because of the lack of facilities that are available. Many communities are in this same spiral, and how this is what this fundraiser aims to stop.
The fundraiser will enable me, alongside other people within the group, to travel to parts of Africa, in which they lack facilities, i.e. schools, classrooms, books, uniform, in order to help get a large number of people on the path to success and help to improve the quality of life for future years to come. To this date, we have helped fun 289 classrooms at 93 schools, ranging from the rebuild of a primary school in Ntseimbang in 2007 to building 15 schools in 2015 in the East region of Africa. We would not have done this previously before without your help, and together, we can continue this positive change to improving the quality of life for many in the less developed areas of Africa.
In essence, we need to raise £10,000 by the10th August 2018, as we will be travelling by to parts of Africa on the 16th August 2018. If you could just donate £5/$5, it would help enormously in the amazing cause. Not only would you be helping improve the quality of life for a large number of people in society in Africa, but you will also be helping us to contribute to creating an amazing, sustainable future for years to come in Africa.
Once again, I would like to thank you for reading this post, and if you have donated, we very much appreciate it.
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