Together, our incredible philanthropic flashmob has raised enough money to send our girl to boarding school for five years! There’s now just a few months standing between Lelo and graduation, and her dream of becoming the first person in her family to go to university is almost within reach!
Through Lelo’s example, we’ve seen the transformative power of educating girls. We want to reach more vulnerable and at risk girls in Swaziland and help them to fulfil their full potential.
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Name: The Seed, Africa
Bank: NatWest, Emsworth, UK
Account number: 43616909
Sort code: 52-41-20
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