Kayla Wilder

Kayla Wilder

πŸ‘¨β€πŸŽ“ Female / Black / Christian
🏫 Daemen College
πŸ‘¨β€βš•οΈ Community Health Education
πŸ“ Rochester, New York
πŸŽ‚ 06/19/2002

“I have always taken my education seriously and I strive to continue my education after undergraduate in medical school”

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This is a one-time contribution to help Kayla pay off her college tuition fees without having to take out loans, as the money from her scholarships do not suffice.

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Active from 9/11/2021 to 9/11/2024

About Me

  • Sophomore at Daemen College
  • Loving family
  • Parents separated a few years ago, affecting our finances and creating a rift in our family
  • Looking to relieve the financial burdens on my family
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“I am a second year student at Daemen College. I have always taken my education seriously and I strive to continue my education after undergraduate in medical school. I am from Rochester, NY and come from a loving family. A few years ago, my parents separated which affected our finances and also created a rift in our family that has not been easy to deal with.”

“I am fundraising to raise money to pay my tuition for the rest of my time at Daemen College. Even with the scholarships I already have, the remaining amount is still a hefty financial burden on myself and my parents. We currently aren’t able to take out anymore loans, so this money would be extremely helpful.”

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Referred by our Social Impact Partner(s):

Buffalo Prep was founded in 1989 by education and community leaders to help talented underrepresented students prepare for, obtain entrance into, and excel at demanding college preparatory high schools. Buffalo Prep has grown exponentially over the years and now serves hundreds of students each year.

The mission of the Urban League of Rochester, NY, is to enable African-Americans, Latinos, the poor, and other disadvantaged to secure economic self-reliance, parity and power and civil rights.