About Benny

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Benard, also called “Benny”, was born in 2000 in Machame, Tanzania. He has two brothers. His brother Christopher is also supported by Make A Difference and they attend school together. His other brother Deus lives in Machame. His grandmother takes care of Deus, but struggles. Benny and Christopher’s father died, but his mother is still alive. She works at a flower factory in Machame. Benny’s favorite class is Math. He is an incredible soccer player, very fast and flexible; loves gymnastics. He is also proving to be a very strong student. He was ranked number 1 in his class this year.

Benard would like to be a doctor! It makes him sad that when people are seriously sick they often have to go outside of his home country for treatment. This inspires him to be a doctor that can be just as good as the doctors outside of Tanzania but serve his country.

Consider helping Benny achieve his dreams by helping sponsor him!
Benny has many years of schooling ahead of him and needs more sponsorship. He is currently attending the Royal Junior Secondary School in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania and will graduate from secondary school the Fall of 2017, attend advanced level school from 2018 to 2019 and then go to college.

Read Benny’s Blog for updates on his grades, recent activities, items he received from MAD, and his goals for the future.

Levels of Sponsorship
Full sponsorship of $2,000 includes:
– Sponsorship of the child of your choice.
– Certificate of sponsorship.
– Profile of your chosen child.
– Skype update from your sponsored child each month. *Calls must be scheduled in advance.
– One letter every six months.
– Updates from the child on their personal blog.

Partial sponsorship of $400 includes:
– Sponsorship of the child of your choice.
– Profile of your chosen child.
– Skype update from your sponsored child.
– One letter every year.
– Updates from the child on their personal blog.

Sponsorship Options

 

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