• Tue. Mar 5th, 2024

RACO Orphanage Children Back To School Initiative – Urgent Appeal For Educational Support

In a heartfelt update from the RACO Child and Rural Care Initiative, caring partners are urged to extend their support to the “Back 2 School Initiative” for the 2nd Term of the 2023/2024 academic session. The message conveys gratitude for the consistent sacrificial demonstration of love towards the well-being of the RACO orphanage children.

Out of the 78 secondary school students under the care of the initiative, 35 are currently unable to pay their school fees. The total educational sponsorship bill balance stands at One million, eight hundred and fifty thousand naira (#1,850,000.00), excluding those already on sponsorship and those slated for external examinations in 2024.

The plea is for compassionate individuals to join hands in ensuring the educational continuity of 173 orphans, vulnerable, and displaced poor children in rural communities. The initiative is dedicated to keeping the educational flame alive for these children, providing them with a chance for a brighter future.

Additionally, the update highlights that there are 13 students currently in different universities across the country, and their bill amounts to #1,750,000.00.

For those willing to contribute or seek more information, contacts are provided:
– ODN: 08033032434
– Elizabeth: 08022628461
– Breatice: 08051734678
– Divine: 07080004902

Donations can be made to the RACO Child and Rural Care Initiative through the following bank accounts:
– Polaris Bank: 1770634650
– FCMB: 4668537042

For more details and to stay informed about the initiative’s work, visit their website at [www.racochild.org.ng](http://www.racochild.org.ng).

This urgent appeal calls on the community’s generosity to make a meaningful impact on the lives of these vulnerable children, offering them a chance to access education and build a foundation for a brighter future.

Hyacinth Beluchukwu Nwafor

Hyacinth Beluchukwu Nwafor is a seasoned journalist and the CEO/Founder Belch Digital Communications, publishers of Hybrid News Nigeria.

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