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Trivani Scholarship Fund Changes Lives of Kenyan Children

Published: 2010-08-21
Author: Trivani International
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Synopsis: Trivani scholarships have included construction of a disability school donation of school supplies and other education-focused projects. The Trivani Foundation is a non-profit organization who is dedicated to providing immediate relief to children in impoverished countries. Recently the Trivani Foundation has provided secondary school scholarships for impoverished students in Kenya.

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The Trivani Foundation is a non-profit organization who is dedicated to providing immediate relief to children in impoverished countries. Recently the Trivani Foundation has provided secondary school scholarships for impoverished students in Kenya.

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The scholarships are part of Trivani's ongoing focus on the area, which has included the construction of a disability school, donation of school supplies, and other education-focused projects.

Every year, hundreds of students in Kenya graduate from primary school and qualify to continue with secondary school, although very few students have the financial resources to attend and cannot obtain further education. The Trivani Foundation's scholarship funds help pay for school fees, school materials, and books for children for one year.

The Trivani Foundation's philosophy is to "give enough to change a life, not to sustain it, but to change it so it can sustain itself." Offering children in Kenya the opportunity to better their lives through education is an example of how the Trivani Foundation strives to make the world a better place.

In addition, Trivani Foundation works with partners such as Choice Humanitarian and Deseret International to help those in need. Donations are also accepted and will be given tax receipts.

According to Trivani International's owner and founder Leslie DeeAnn, a key factor for success is "being real and compassionate." Trivani International was created for the purpose of funding their non-profit organization the Trivani Foundation, in order to help children in impoverished countries.

About the Trivani Foundation

The Trivani Foundation is a Utah based non-profit organization which is dedicated to providing humanitarian aid to relieve the suffering of underdeveloped communities. Trivani also provides education and financial support to help impoverished communities learn to sustain themselves independent of others' aid.

For more information on helping the Trivani Foundation with humanitarian efforts, contact Trivani International at

198 South Main Street Springville, Utah 84663 Phone: 1-888-TRIVANI (874-8264) Fax: 801-489-7251 www.trivani.com www.trivanifoundation.org

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