2019 GHFP Orphan Education Scholarship Campaign
In fact, it is about $1 per day to go to school and an additional $100 for school uniforms, supplies, and shoes (~$450 total). In 2007 we met a group of children who were being kicked out of school due to the lack of fees and pledged to raise money for their school fees. Today, you can make a contribution to keep them in school - no amount is too small!
BELOW YOU CAN MAKE DONATIONS IN MULTIPLES OF $25 OR YOU CAN MAIL A CHECK TO: 2436 N Alabama St, Indianapolis IN 46205.
ALL DONATIONS ARE TAX-DEDUCTIBLE!
YOU can make a difference!
Zinhle is shy and quiet at first but opens up quickly. She loves to play cards, and has an amazing singing voice! She suffered from years of serious ear infections that has caused her to be partially deaf, but she doesn't let that stop her with her studies! She sits in the front row of every class and has help from her older cousins! (pictured with GHFP orphan Timmy (left) and Zinhle (right)). She lives with a cousin and wants to be a nurse.
Thanks Cheryl Brier!
This handsome young man, Bongani, loves English Literature class as well as music and graphic design! After having to drop out of school for a while due to the lack of fees, he is back in now and thriving! He's almost done with high school! He loves to make music and design logos...a very creative young man!
Mazwi is an amazingly strong HIV+ teenager who has dreams of being a policeman (although he's wanted to be a banker or a race car driver in the past). He is growing up in a child-headed household and is raised by an older brother & sister. He loves science class and is enjoying English as well. He will be entering his second year of high school!
Thanks Ferbrache Family!!
Philo wants to be a dentist or a journalist when she grows up (but this changes frequently!). She loves religious studies and biology. She loves every minute she is in school and works hard both at home raising her little brother Mazwi and at school. She lives with her little brother Mazwi and her older brother Samkelo.
Thanks Emily and Jeb Crandall!