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Picture Shows Three of our Scholars...with their mum.


Just a quick update.
As school closes tomorrow for the second academic term, we wish to extend our profound gratitude and appreciation to you all for all you do to making this academic term, exciting. Thank you specially to:

1. Mrs. Adedamoye for initiating the School Feeding program in January, zillion thanks to Mr. Teslim Belo-Osagie for supporting the feeding program, till date.
2. Don McBurney for sponsoring 2Weeks Intensive ICT Training for the children. It ends, tomorrow. Thank you. Find photographs attached.
3. The enlisted donors. Thus far, for our School Building project, we have received N145,000 from the following people, (donations received has been updated also on our GOFUNDME page:
5. Thank you Mr. Efosa and, Mr. Oyebisi for your concerns and all you do.
4. Gracias Munchas to all our children's sponsors and friends. Your support matters.





S/N
DONOR
AMOUNT
DATE
       1.             
Mr. Olaniyi Odewale
N50,000
March 23th 2017
       2.             
Anonymous Transfer
N50,000
March 24th 2017
       3.             
Mr. Michael Akinyemi
N15,000
March 28th 2017
       4.             
Mrs. Temitope Onaolapo
N10,000
March 28th 2017
       5.             
Mrs. Tosin Olowu
N20,000
March 28th 2017
Total
N145,000



Photograph shows the founder of Street to School initiative (Tosin Taiwo) with three of our scholars with their mum in their rainstorm-wrecked apartment. To support this family and others, kindly send donations to Street to School Initiative, GTBank, 0162126614. Thank you.


​Thank you awesomely, God bless.



Respectfully,


S
SI Team
'Education, every child deserves a chance'


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