PLease take note the Donation is in Dollars $
I'd like to introduce you to Adeola Poroye, Matric student Graduate, graduated with top grades at Rosebank Progress college. He chose to study Computer Sciences because of his kin interest in computers. Adeola is the eldest of six siblings, his mum is the only one providing for the family. Him and his family are from Cape Town. Adeola had to work 2 to 3 jobs to help his family and save to go to college but now his entering University of Cape Town (UCT). His story is a story that would inspire any student who had to work twice as hard to achieve anything in his situation, While it looks like victory for him to enter the prestigious University, he has to struggle just to meet his daily needs for him and his family even as a student, also To augment family income, he works as part-time (a meager fee of R2000.00 per month) and as tutor to others during the evening to small kids willing to learn. At times, he has to skip breakfast just to catch the morning train to get to classes early cause he stays very far. Sometimes he has to be absent in class because he has no money for his transportation to-from school. He could've chosen to study in any other school but UCT is the best in cape town and in Africa so getting school fees to fund is education is very hard to get. Most often, he has to stay late in school so he could study better, because back home, they live in a very small cramped house known in south Africa as shacks in a very poor community where it's difficult for him to focus and concentrate on his homework’s.
But despite and in spite of the odds, Adeola retains his positive disposition in life. His what every parent and teacher dreams of in a child. His responsible, talented, brilliant and thoughtful. He has the making of business minded student: critical minded, socially aware. it is his earnings from his part-time jobs that supports his family).
I am thus appealing to your kind heart to help Adeola reach his dream. You may want to sponsor his transportation allowance (R60.00/day), his meal allowance (R40.00/day). The Department of Computer Sciences (DCS) is also looking for sponsor for him, so he still has to pay around R50,000.00 of his tuition fees first semester.The money gathered would be used to help him with his degree in Computer sciences and also with his family. Let us help to reach his dreams and obtain the degree to a better future. May God bless you and your family thank you