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Future Pathways is a program to help students who have worked hard through their junior levels of education to continue into higher education.
Many children work really hard in their secondary education and then achieve an entrance to trade or tertiary education only to find they are not able to attend due to family poverty. Undertaking university or trade school education away from home means students must also be able to afford housing, food and other expenses. For many this is simply out of their reach.
Our Future Pathways fund allows us to provide scholarships which enable students to achieve all that they can.
We’ve opened this fund so students futures, and their future generations, will be changed.
Think about the impact on a student who has strived through their secondary years only to find that when they do gain entry to tertiary studies they can’t afford to buy food or the basic requirements needed to stay in school.
This fund will allow students to study at their most suitable level so they can achieve their best. Not everyone desires or is best suited for tertiary education. Some would prefer a trade school to prepare for their future. Our desire is to help students in the best ways to facilitate their dreams.
It’s not intended as a total solution but instead a helping hand. Students will still need to find some finances themselves through part time work etc. But this program will help take the desperation out of the situation.
Your donation to our Future Pathways program will help older students like Wang. You can make single donation to the fund or make a recurring monthly donation to continue students in their studies
Just select Future Pathways Edu Scholarship from the drop down menu in the donation form.
If you prefer to sponsor a younger child to help with their education through primary and secondary schools.
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