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Exciting Visitations & Updates & Thank You. :)

Dear Friend,

It's a good morning to you our dear friend.

We thank you SPECIALLY for your care, your support, and donations which have made indelible impact in the lives of everyone whose path has crossed ours. Or how would you explain the joy that comes with achievement of a good result and graduation from an high school when all hope of secondary education seemed lost for Emmanuel?? Or how would you explain the smiles and excitement that comes from the 36 students who were sponsored for the 2016  GCE examination??




To  a very senior manager in Standard Chartered Bank, who visited us again last week Saturday to speak with parents of sponsored children, how do we thank you enough, sir? Thank you for the support accorded the teachers, especially! It's funny, but the truth is that 3-4 of the teachers have now been sponsored to further their education, as well. Lord! help us to get some good replacement. :). Thank you Sir for all you do.




 To Ms. Dolapo Oyefeso, Mrs. Taiye, thank you for extending some fund to support the mother and parent of sponsored children who sell pure water in Oshodi, etc. Thank you, Don McBurney for the Skill Acquisition sponsorship. Thank you, Mr. Niyi, Mr. Efosa, Mr. Teslim, Mrs. Akinlade, Mr. Kenny, Mrs. Toyin. ..and you reading this. Thank you!

Well, this mail isn't for name calling, but to express a profound gratitude to everyone who have got our back. We do not take this for granted. Thank you, sir/ma.

Atttached are documents/photographs of:
1. List of 2016 GCE sponsored students (36)
2. Photographs of Parents Forum with Mr. Oloyede from SCB
3. Visit to the Community and our School by Prof. James Tooley, (A Professor of Education Policy from the University of Newscastle, and Champion of low cost schools).


​PLEASE NOTE: WE WOULD BE HAVING A FOOD DRIVE ON OCTOBER 1ST. Kindly support us by donating food stuffs that could be share with needy families in rural communities. Cash donation could be sent to out bank account Street to School Initiative, GTBank, 0162126614 or paypal: rsnnigeria@gmail.com.

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​We thank you. May God bless!
​Yours Sincerely
Tosin Taiwo

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