Sponsors Can Speak Personally With Their Student in December
Seeds is offering sponsors the opportunity to “meet” and speak with their sponsored student virtually over zoom for a 15-minute block either Monday, December 27 or Tuesday, December 28 between 9 am and noon Denver time. The students will be at Home Base for their holiday break then. There is a nine hour time difference, so the calls will end after 9 pm Kenya time.
To indicate your interest, please email Sue@seedsofsouthsudan.org by December 12 and indicate a time or day preference. We know it will be a meaningful time for you both!
If you sponsor multiple students, we will try to arrange a session jointly.
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Thanks For Your incredible Support
Over 10 years, Seeds has been able to educate 120 South Sudanese refugee orphans in Kenya.
In recent years, 46 students have graduated from high school in Kenya. About 12 have been supported by sponsors to attend university in Kenya. Three outstanding students have won scholarships to study in Canada.
Seeds leaders feel strongly that our students need more education or training in a trade to truly contribute to rebuilding South Sudan.
Click the red “Donate” button to help more of our high school grads continue their education. Donors will also receive an acknowledgement from Seeds of South Sudan. Thank you for your support!
Seeds has been blessed to have many generous sponsors and donors over the years to educate more than 100 South Sudanese refugee orphans. Many more orphans are waiting at Kakuma Refugee Camp, where food rations have been further reduced. We also have many high school graduates who would like to receive education or training to better serve their country of South Sudan. Click here to see how you can help.Thank you!
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