Update on July 19th 2017
15 years old Sunita is now in grade 10. Recently she finished her first terminal examination and is on summer break for a few days. She has done her exams very good and hoping for the best GPA. She is in the top 5 students of her class. She says that she has been working hard for good results. She is spending her summer break at Khushi Ghar by engaging in different activities such as learning to make dream catchers, colorful greeting cards and learning to cook. She says-’I am happy in my school and I have many good friends who are there to help me in my bad and good times.” As she is in grade 10 she is busy preparing for her upcoming Secondary Education Examination (SEE) that our students take at the end of grade 10. Her favorite subject is mathematics because “it’s interesting and I never get bored learning mathematical equations and sums.” She is very fond of dancing and she is a versatile dancer. Basketball is another hobby she enjoys. Her aim in life is to be a cabin crew on international flights. She wants to thank her sponsors for their unconditional love and care.
Update on March 9th 2017
We started Sunita's sponsorship in March of 2017. She is in 9th grade and has taken well to her educational opportunities, while earning some of the highest marks of the class. She is motivated and strives to be the top student in her class. Her favorite subject is science because of how it teaches her about the world around her, and how quickly she understands the material.
As a bold beautiful and talented girl, Sunita is active and enjoys many hobbies such as basketball, dance, learning to cook, and watching movies. She plays an important part on her school basketball team, which won the inter-school basketball tournament! Her passion for traveling and interacting with people has her interested in a career as an air hostess. She is very thankful for the opportunities her sponsors have given her and is excited for what the future may hold.
Sunita was previously sponsored by another family here in Atlanta. Due to financial concerns they can no longer support her. So the Foundation stepped in to help.