Sabine Story: Graduating with pride and dignity
Sabine never knew her father. Her mother washed clothes at an orphanage to support her three children. Her meager salary barely put food on the table, but knowing how important education is, she scraped together enough money to pay the school fees for Sabine at Anis Zunuzi School.
When Sabine entered eighth grade, her mother could no longer afford the fees. It looked like Sabine would have to leave school. Thankfully, because of donors like you, the Mona Foundation was able to offer a scholarship to Sabine, who will graduate from high school next year! Sabine is an excellent student and role model to the younger children. After she graduates, she plans to pursue a degree in administrative science.
Educate another Sabine
Anis Zunúzí Baha'i School was chartered to serve the poorest of Haitis children and has, over the course of 35 years, grown into a K-12 institution that serves 423 students. For just $50 a month you can support the education of one student for one year.
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