Larkin Hoffman Supports Scholarship Fund in Tanzania
June 15, 2007
Kilimahewa, a free school in Moshi, Tanzania, is for children who are unable to pay tuition in the Tanzanian educational system, which is about $700 per year to attend. Tanzanian students can qualify for government scholarships to attend public schools if they excel in a certain area, which reduces their yearly fees by more than 50 percent (a little over $300 per year). To help these students fund the additional half of their tuition, the Lyimo Moshi Scholarship Fund has been established.
Larkin Hoffman attorney Dayle Nolan, has collected over $4,500 in donations for the scholarship fund from clients, staff and friends of Larkin Hoffman. The funds will be directed to the scholarship fund and Mike Nolan, her son and a teaching assistant at the school.
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