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Kim needs our help!

Kim needs our help!

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Promise and Ruth came to South Africa in 2006 after having to flee Zimbabwe because of life threatening circumstances due to the political turmoil in the country.  After a couple of years their children joined them.  Promise is one of the most trustworthy and loyal employees any company could ask for. 

Throughout her school career their oldest daughter, Kimberly
earned awards for great achievements.  
In Grade 9 She joined the debate team after which she was chosen to represent South Africa Internationally for 3 consecutive years and received numerous awards Internationally.

Kimberly matriculated with 40 points in 2017 and was accepted at the University of KwaZulu Natal to study LLB4.  She passed her first year with 128 out of 128 credits and an average of ±85%.
If given the chance Kim will become a brilliant lawyer!!! 

SADLY she has not been able to receive her results or register for 2019 (her 2nd year) because they still owe 50% of the funds for 2018 (R35 300.00).  The fees for 2019 are a further R70 000.00 plus R4000.00 for compulsory medical insurance because she is a foreign student.  Any government scholarships or funding is rejected because of the fact that she is a foreigner.  
A total of roughly R100 000.00 is needed before the end of January 2019.

I believe that together we can help this very talented girl become a pillar of society in the future. We can start making a difference by helping one young person at a time.  

*Funds raised will be transferred directly to the University of KZN*

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  • Jan 22, 2019 - R 308.46
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Kimberly matriculated with 40 points in 2017 and was accepted at the University of KwaZulu Natal to study LLB4.  She passed her first year with 128 out of 128 credits and an average of ±85%.  If given the chance Kim will become a brilliant lawyer!!! 

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