My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Educational Pathways International, Incline Village, NV, USA
I am Daniel D. K. SIA, a 5th year Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and a beneficiary of the Educational Pathways International (EPI) scholarship scheme. I am very glad to be a member of the wonderful EPI family. If there is any organization to be called a Nonprofit one, EPI is the most outstanding Nonprofit organization to the best of my life experience in it. I was almost dropping out of school due to very serious financial constraints when the EPI rescued me through all Divine Mercies and made my life worthwhile for myself, my family and for my country Ghana.Thanks to EPI with the Divine Grace wrapped around it, I will complete my program successfully in 2015.The Nonprofit organization EPI is the Beacon of hope for me and for my brothers and sisters in Ghana, brilliantly gifted but seriously needy. If you have ever been looking forward to putting bigger smiles on little faces whose future is on the verge of getting shattered, then look no further; candidly buy into the philosophy of EPI, support the EPI Mission and Vision and you will be self-gratified.
This review is from a true and sincere heart. If EPI had not positively changed my life I would not have talked about it with passion. Even my illiterate grandmother in the village affectionately calls me "Anansara" which literally means " someone whose future is taken care of by philanthropists from afar" but in my case, stands for "EPI child". Long live! EPI! Long live! our benefactors.
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