Who says money can’t buy happiness?

Here’s one of the best things you can do with money

Give someone else the gift of education 

It’s simple, it’s life changing and you will leave behind a legacy that nothing can ever destroy.

Nazmul, the child I sponsor with Jaago has graduated to KG-1.  Jaago sent me his pictures with an update, they were taken when he’s doing class-work, with his friends, near the black-board, entering the school premise and so on.  They also attached his report card for the third and fourth quarter examination. Compared to his report card a year ago, I see vast improvement but far more than that… I see a child who is happy to go to school, loves his classmates and engages well with both his peers and educators.

Last year, I received this amazing gift “Soul Food” on my birthday and along with Nazmul’s I also received an update on the kids who were sponsored.

Arafat, Mohua, Muhin, and Monir are all your children and are studying in our Rayerbazar school.  Arafat is graduating from the Reception class, Mohua  from the KG-1 class as an all-rounder, determined Muhin from KG-1 with his love for Mathematics, and the friendly Monir from KG-1.    
Just that single sentence said so much about these kid’s – their perseverance, their determination, their drive for education. How can anyone resist that?
I have written about Jaago on my blog here and here – or you can head over to their website for more information on the amazing work that they do for the children.
So …  go on… spend your money… buy some happiness 😀

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Posted on November 11, 2014, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. You have inspired me. I will look into child sponsorship. Thanks.


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