Angelica from San Francisco, CA

I'm studying child development. I just need to cover transportation to my classes to succeed.

Meeting this need will help me relieve some of the stress of paying for my classes and make sure I have what I need to succeed.

My need and situation

I am a 24-year-old Latina living in the Mission District of San Francisco. I have been trying to get back to school for a while and although I would like to enroll back in school; one of the main challenges for me is the tuition cost. I really love working with and helping all kinds of people. I currently work with adults and seniors with disabilities and I am planning to attend school this summer to get certified.

My goals are to continue to provide a safe, social and productive place for those who continue to attend the program I help run. After I finish school I aspire to start my own nonprofit organization dedicated to people with disabilities.

I need help covering the costs of my studies at San Francisco City College. I have money saved, but need around $700 to cover my initial tuition payment. I am planning to take some core Early Childhood Development classes and need help to fund my books, tuition, and transportation. Even thought I am going to enroll in a community college, education is not FREE!

Meeting this need will help me because it will help relieve the worry of the debt I will accumulate. Also by being able to pay for my tuition and having all the supplies, textbooks needed for class will guarantee my success.

$100of $200


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This need has been validated by Leonardo from Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA)

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Validated by Leonardo from Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) (What does this mean?)

I have been working with Angelica for almost two years here @ MEDA. What I like the most about Angelica is her punctuality and tenacity to get things done. I am confident that she will accomplish her education journey with your support.

About Leonardo

Leonardo Sosa has mentored over 1,500 youth to become technology ambassadors, and he has trained over 100 instructors on best practices in a technology and leadership curricula across the country since 2003. In 1995 he launched Youth-Net, the first youth technology program serving the Mission. In… Read more