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Forty Eight Days...

Our mission is to promote Education amongst young people, especially the disadvantaged, making every child to embrace good education as a major leverage that enables us to aspire high in life and to successfully pursue our dreams..

 
Good Day, Friend,

Trust your week has been good. We wish you a tremendous one filled with good things.. Thank you for being our friend.

It is about 48 days to the close of the year, and we cannot but appreciate you for supporting us thus far.Thank you for your friendship, donations, assistance, mentorship, prayers. Thank you for giving the gift of YOU. Thank you for being there.

2012 has been a very remarkable year for us, especially for the kids we have assisted back to school etc. Basit's mum is ever grateful to YOU - Taiye Faloju, Dolapo Oyefeso, Tolulope Ochonogor, Chike Ikeorah, Julia Pedro, Adesikeoye Abioye, Olumide Oteniya, Don McBurney for your support, really, your support paved way for his enrolment in School. He's catching up pretty fast. Thank you. Also, Immanuel is fully back to School -SSS 1, Special thanks to Dr. Titi A. for paying his bills and willing to sponsor him till SSS 3. Thank you, ma'am. Tomorrow, we are getting him some School furniture.

We, appreciate Akinyemi Olowookere and Tunde Majiyagbe for their donations received in January. it did pay up the examination (WAEC) fees of two girls. It got them back to school.

To Don McBurney of A Ray of Hope, words alone cannot express how much we appreciate you for all you do for the disadvantaged kids. Those educational items/School bags you donate mean so much to the kids, thank you. And, to Oyebisi Babatunde, You are a Class Act! Thank you for your support. Huge appreciation goes to Femi Bolorunde for his unfeigned support and assistance accorded us during the Bag Swap Project. Thank you!

While we did sponsor 17 students to write this year GCExam, we are indebted to Tolulope Ochonogor, Femi Adeshina, Niyi O, Funmi Fadare, Adura So, for their donations. You are absolutely terrific. Thank you!

At present, we have got two ladies who are beneficiaries of FULL scholarship i.e. Post Secondary-Tertiary Sponsorship and they receive monthly stipend of N10,000 each from their Individual Sponsor; Mr. Efosa O.

Thank you so much, Sir for giving back to the community in a unique way. Your monthly mentorship visitation, book donation, sponsorship mean so much to these young women. You are amazing, really and inspiring!

Taiye Faloju, We are more than a member of RSN. You are RSN personified. We appreciate you for all you do. Congrats on the arrival of your baby girl..:) Special thanks to Uzezi Adesite, Toroti U. and Femi Omotayo for the donated books. Thank you, Ma'am Joke Kujenya for ALL you do. We appreciate you for your admonitions, mentorship, volunteerism.

Recently, we paid the bills for some more kids and also paid the sum of N15,000 to assist a UNILAG undergraduate -Bolu Andrews; complete his School fees; huge admiration to Layi Olabode and Sola Balogun for the financial support. We appreciate you. Thanks to Obele Akinninranye and Tolu Ochonogor for supporting a Mentee's Cassava Project. Thank you.

And, to our most recent Sponsor and Partner: United Parcel Service. Thank you for affecting more lives, positively through us. Thank you for your donation. Thank you for putting smile on the faces of the voiceless young people. Your donation has provided basic Educational items for the disadvantaged kids and hope to empower more young people through it. We appreciate YOU and graciously look forward to your continuous assistance. :)

Really, it has been a spendid Three Hundred and Eighteen days. We appreciate EVERYONE and as the year wraps up, we pray your dreams come true and may you be blessed.


Thank You...

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