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Lifeline Foundation provides tuition relief for over 2,000 primary school students

Posted: Wednesday, July 15, 2020. 3:46 pm CST.

By BBN Staff: Today, the Lifeline Foundation announced the launch of its tuition relief initiative, which will give tuition assistance to 2,452 primary school students in schools all over the country.

The initiative covers children from infant 1- Standard 6 and covers 100 percent of tuition for children at 16 of the recipient schools and 50 percent of tuition for the remaining two schools.

The initiative is valued at $129,565 which is being donated to eighteen schools which are Calvary Temple, the Muslim Community, Lucky Strike Government, St. Mary’s Anglican, Crooked Tree Government, Gales Point Government, and Holy Cross Anglican from the Belize District; Indian Church, San Carlos and Fireburn Government Schools in Orange Walk; San Antonio Government school in the Corozal District; Iguana Creek, Hidden Paradise and El Progresso Government Schools in Cayo; and Living Word, Trio, Golden Stream and Medina Bank Government schools in Toledo.

“We are hopeful that others in a position to help will be inspired by our initiative to similarly assist Belizean families during these difficult economic times,” said Lifeline Founder/Director, Kim Simplis Barrow.

Lifeline’s board of directors said that the decision to make the donation was prompted by the government’s decision to reopen schools on August 10.


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