Children's Education Abroad, My Community

Graduation Costs- Brenda Johana

Little Known Help Zone donated $175.00 to Brenda Johana, paying for her graduation. Brenda’s family was struggling to afford these fees, and without the payment, Brenda cannot graduate. LKHZ’s biggest goal is to see student reach success, so this was the perfect gift. The fees cover renting and decorating a venue, a celebratory lunch, and the graduation paperwork. This is a big day worth celebration.

Brenda will graduate after the 2016 school year, making her family and Little Known Help Zone proud.

Children's Education Abroad, My Community

Student Needs Selection

After researching the needs of LKHZ’s sponsored students, one need of each student is going to be met for the academic year. here are the selections. Additional funds will need to be raised to meet these needs.

Brenda Johana: Graduation Costs $175

This helps cover the cost of the cap and gown, the hall rental and decorations for the ceremony, and the celebratory lunch with Brenda’s parents at the school, as well as the required graduation paperwork.  This is an obligatory cost that all students must pay for graduation. Without paying this fee, Brenda will not receive her diploma, and as a result, she will not be able to register for university or fill out the necessary paperwork to find a job.

Julio Cesar: Bed $170

This bed will be made by the organization’s workshop, employing young men with a skill and helping Julio and his family.

Claudia Marina: Sawyer Water Filter $121

The water filters distributed by Mayan Families have long-term social, economic and environmental impacts on the entire family. A great investment in the health and well-being of the family through preventing water-borne diseases which when unaddressed inhibit the capability for parents to go to work and children to attend school.

Children's Education Abroad, My Community

Education Donation Update

One of the students Little Known Help Zone sponsored, Claudia Maria, has decided to graduate early from high school and get a job to help support her family,which is currently struggling with an income of $11 a day. As much as it would be beautiful to see Claudia continue with University, it is a huge success to see Claudia be the first in her family and we are all very proud.

This means the student sponsorship needed to be transferred to someone else. Little Known Help Zone chose the last high school student in need of sponsorship, Anibal Oswaldo

Anibal Osvaldo is in 10th grade in 2015. He enjoys accounting class and likes playing soccer. His parents, Victor and Evangelina, work hard to give their children the opportunities they themselves didn’t have. Anibal has one brother and two sisters.200