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Help Finish The Kikooba School

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Simon’s half-finished school is sitting empty

Respond by June 11 to help complete the school!

In Simon’s village of Kikooba, Uganda, there’s no school for children once they finish fourth grade. They either go to boarding school hours away from family … or quit school altogether.

The good news is construction has begun on a new school building for older children like Simon … but the bad news is funds to complete it have run out, so now construction is at a standstill. It will take another $38,000 to make this school a reality.

Will you make a gift no later than June 11 so Simon’s school can be completed before the beginning of the next school year?

Your gift will help …

  • • Pour floors and plaster the walls in each classroom
  • • Install doors and windows for the entire building
  • • Furnish each classroom and office with desks and chairs
  • • Provide new bathrooms around the campus

Make your gift today to help finish the school and give the gift of education.

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