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Scholarship

In Montalban, where the poor in Manila city were relocated according to the Philippine government urban planning,Six or seven families live in a house of less than four square meters.

Most homes don't have separate toilets, and the kitchen is just a garden floor. It's hard to have a proper meal.
Children should search through piles of garbage for useful things.
It is difficult to complete the regular compulsory education course, which is provided free of charge due to the livelihood.
Even if you finish your studies, getting a good job is also a dream.

The Montalban area is such a low-income area that even if you graduate from college and have a regular job, you will receive about 400,000 won per month, and high school graduates will receive 150,000 won per month.
With only a few hundred thousand won, you can buy rice to make a living for a household for a year.
If scholarships can make up for part of their livelihood, students can spend time searching for garbage to study and develop their dreams for the future.The Seong Eun Foundation's scholarship program, which began in 2012, was like Danbi in a stark montalban.
As a condition for continuously receiving scholarships from the Seong Eun Foundation, Improvement of academic achievement was specified. The result led to a big harvest.
Over the past 10 years, Sung has been selected through the scholarship program, with most of the elementary, middle, high, and college students at the top of each school's class and being selected as the best students.

Sharing a letter of thanks from a scholarship student named Florence Kane Bayle.

Kane graduated from college in 2019 and is working for a company that sells construction materials, and is studying to earn a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). It is truly a beautiful fruit.

감사편지
The Scholarship Program of the SEF fosters the dreams of students in slum areas, where most of them had no dreams for the future.
Even if students had a dream, since they are influenced by the environment in which they had to dig through garbage to make a living,
so it was their routine to eventually become a street sweeper or a garbage dump manager.
The meaningful achievement achieved through the scholarship program over the past 10 years is that the scholarship students started to dream of various dreams outside their environment.
Now, the majority of students confess that they have a clear dream and are working hard to achieve that dream.
To those who never cared, SEF-funded scholarships have a profound impact on the future of the students, the families, and their communities.
I hope that one day that seed will take root and grow to produce great leaders who will brighten up the future of the Philippines.
The SEF is doing its best to instill dreams and hopes in the youth of the slums through various methods such as scholarship programs,
vocational training through automobile technical school, and high school graduation examination curriculum.
In addition, whenever there is a major disaster such as an earthquake in the Philippines, we have provided necessary materials.
Even when this coronavirus pandemic took a toll on the slums here, we also provided rice and basic items and more.
With donations from the chairperson, Seong Eun Kim and the foundation's supporters, they delivered love and hope by sending rice, food
and essentials to 150 scholarship students' families who were suffering from hunger every month.

We hope that the SEF scholarship and support will help young people who never dreamed of their dreams
and produce great leaders who can develop local communities, the nation, and humanity.
The vision of the foundation is to be a small force in creating a world where no one is left behind and everyone has equal opportunity.

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