MAD Has Changed My Life!

Hi everyone,

This is Erasmus! I would like to tell you how MAD has impacted my life, and still continues to do so!

Three years ago I had graduated from high school with a lot of expectations and virtually no work experience. MAD hired me, regardless of my lack of work experience, trained me, and eventually turned out to be the first organization through which I developed work experience and grew significantly, both as a person and as an employee. Also, it has always been a privilege to know, spend time with and watch Make A Difference kids grow and develop as they step closer to their dreams.

While at college, MAD also played an important role in helping me out financially with my studies. I mostly enjoyed making new friends and spending time by the Indian Ocean back at college. I am so excited to have graduated from college just a few days ago! I can’t wait to see what the future has in store for me and I hope to maintain my ties with Make A Difference in the future.

I believe in Make A Difference because of its emphasis on quality education, and its ability to develop schools and future leaders in my nation.

This is me with a friend of mine at my graduation from the University of Dar es Salaam

This is me with a friend of mine at my graduation from the University of Dar es Salaam

This is me spending time with the children at the orphanage. I think they like having a guy around. What do you think?

This is me spending time with the children at the orphanage. I think they like having a guy around. What do you think?

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2 Responses to MAD Has Changed My Life!

  1. Karen says:

    So happy for you Erasmus! It was a pleasure spending time with you on my recent visit to Tanzania! Spending time with the Kili kids has changed my life and made me realize how fortunate some of us are. You were a great guide when you were with us. I wish you all life’s best and hope you get to come to the US as planned. I’ll look forward to seeing you when you do!

  2. Sherry Kraay (Nelson) says:

    My dear Erasmus….I am so proud of you! I am so thankful that MAD brought us together. You will forever be a part of my family. Thank you for what you are doing for the children!

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