Overview 10 Student Who Get Ad Hoc Sponsorship From KPMG

In November, we collaborated with KPMG Indonesia again. This time, we get together to provide ad hoc student assistance to 10 students selected by KPMG PPC team. Ad hoc assistance is one-off in nature and aimed to reduce the amount overdue owed by the students until certain period.

Those who received this assistance are:

Ade Fitriani
adefitriani
School: SMK Muhamadiyah V
grade: 1 Accounting
Ade Fitriani is the younger in a family of two children. Her older sibling is married. Her father works as a motorcycle ojek driver. Her mother works as a labor who wash other people’s clothes.
Impression : Thank you because I have been assisted and can lighten my parent’s burden.
Message : I hope the assistance can continue and more [students] can be helped.
Aditya Septiandi
 adityaseptiandi
School:SMP Al Mubarak
grade: 2
Aditia the younger of the 2 siblings in his family. His brother is attending SMK Tirta Rawamangun. His father works as a security personnel in one of the companies in Kota Bambu area. His mother works as a cemetery worker. To pay for his and his brother school fees, her parents often borrow from their neighbours. His family was homeless for a period of time when their rented house was destroyed by fire.
Impression : I am very grateful to get this assistance, I will study harder
Message : I hope this assistance can continue.
Arkanil Vazar Kushardanto
 vajar
School: SMP Nusantara
grade: 2
Arkanil’s father works as a courier. He and his family lives in a rented house. Arkanil has two siblings, one of them is currently attending elementary school and the other one is still a toddler.
Impression : I am very happy for the assistance that I received
Message : I hope this assistance will boost my spirit in learning
Dyah Pitaloka
 dyah
School: SMP Al Mubarak
grade: 3
DyahPitaloka, Dyah’s school fee has been mainly provided for by her mom’s warung. Her father works as a cemetery caretaker. Sometimes, he also works as a labourer if any of the neighbours requires his assistance. Sometimes, her family skip meals in order to pay for Dyah’s school fees.
Impression : Thank you very much for assisting my with my school tuition. It helps me and my parents.
Message : I wish there will be more children in need like me that can receive similar assistance.
Irfansyah
 irfansyah
School:SMK Muhamadiyah V
grade: 2 Accounting
Irfansyah’s father works as a cemetery caretaker. He has two siblings, one of whom attending elementary school and the other is still a toddler.
Impression : thank you for assisting me. I am very happy because with this assistance can lighten my parents’ burden.
Message : Hopefully this assistance can continue and many more [students] can be helped.
Misela Erfiana
 misela
School:SMP 1945
grade: 3
Since her dad suffered from a lung disease three years ago and unable to work, Misel’s family struggle to earn enough money to cover basic necessities (i.e., food). To provide for the family, since two years ago, Misel, her brother and mother works as a 3 in 1 jockey at HI roundabout. Sometimes her older sibling works as a laborer at a market to provide for the family. Currently, her family lives in a house given by her father’s close friend. Despite this, it is difficult for her family to provide for her school fees due to uncertain family income.
Impression : I am very happy and very grateful because I get this assistance, it lighten my parents’ [burden].
Message : This assistance really helps me, Hopefully, there will be more who can be assisted.
Ragil Mahesa
 ragil
School:SMP 181
grade: 2
Ragil and his family’s living costs are provided for by his father who works as a cemetery caretaker and his mother who sells nasi uduk. Ragil has a brother who works as a cleaning service at a shopping centre.
Impression : I am very thankful for being assisted.
Message : Hopefully this program can continue
Rismayati Widya
 rismayati
School: SMP Al Mubarak
grade: 2
Risma’s father works as a cemetery caretaker. Sometimes he also works as a laborer if any of his friends require assistance. Her mom is a housewife and sometimes also work as a cemetery caretaker. To provide for Risma’s school fees, her father works until late at night and sometimes [he has to] skip meal. Risma has two younger siblings, one is attending elementary school and the other one is attendingkindergarden.
Impression : I am very thankful and grateful for being assisted
Message : Hopefully there will be more students that can be assisted
Wairoh
 wairoh
School: SMK Islam Said Naum
grade: 3 Accounting
Since her father passed away, Wairoh lives with her brother, who provides for her living cost including her school fees. Her brother works as a martabak seller. Her mother lives in a village and works as a farmer. Currently, Wairoh and her brother lives in a rented house.
Impression : I am very thankful to my sponsor, this assistance have lighten my parents’ burden.
Message : hopefully there will be more students who can be assisted, thus no students have to quit school
Yulia Novita
 yulianovita
School: SMK Muhamadiyah V
grade: 1 Accounting
Yulia’s father works as cemetery caretaker. Her mother is a housewife. Yulia has two older siblings who are both married and a-one-year-old sibling. To pay for her school fees, Yulia also works as a cemetery cleaner.
Impression : Thank for the sponsor who have paid for my tuition and lighten my parents’ burden.
Message : Hopefully, you will get what you deserve for your kindness.
We thank you for all the parties who have assisted us especially KPMG Indonesia. Without your support, we will not be able to help the students above.

 

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