Eva Opoku Hi. Our names are Nia and Eva. We are 2 students in year 10 from The Royal Masonic School for Girls, who are participating in the Wings of Hope Achievement Award, a social enterprise programme where UK students develop key transferable skills through running amazing fundraising projects and events in order to help provide free education for children in India and Malawi.
We chose to do WOHAA because we wanted the amazing opportunity to help those who are less fortunate than ourselves and to raise awareness of this brilliant charity.
We would really love it if you could help us out by donating to our cause. We will be running some exciting events over the next few weeks, so please keep an eye out for flyers/messages. If we do well, we could be selected for the WOHAA Semi Finals at the Houses of Parliament, win work experience placements or an amazing trip to India!
£250 sponsors the education of a child in India for a year, and £150 sponsors the education of a child in Malawi, which is less than 70p and 50p a day so please give generously if you can, every little helps!
We really appreciate all the donations we have so far and we are really grateful to everyone for donating.
Thank you so much,
Team Nia and Eva Eva Opoku