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Dave and Carl Thompson Donate to BiZoHa Administration and Kasese Sports Academy

Posted: Tue, June 14, 2016 | By: Kasese Humanist Primary School



​Dave and Carol Thompson have contributed funds to aid the administration of BiZoHa Orphanage Humanist School, and to assist the Kasese Sports Academy.

They donated $100 to BiZoHa so that a part-time worker could be hired to assist in the necessary interaction between sponsors and sponsored students. There are more than 80 sponsored students at BiZoHa, who receive financial assistance from sponsors all over the world. The new worker would guarantee that communication between BiZoHa and the sponsors remains strong, by sending the sponsors photos, report cards and thank you notes from the students that sponsor.

Dave and Carol Thompson also donated $80 to the Kasese “Equipment Freethinkers” Sports Academy, to purchase uniforms and supplies.

Thank you!



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