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The Sodgerel Foundation runs solely off of charitable donations. The Sodgerel Foundation is recognized by the State of North Carolina as a 131F-1 Exempt Organization. A federal 501(c)3 non-profit request is filed and is expected to be granted.

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Alternatively, below are a few fundraising efforts made by current students and alumni of the CHCCS school system. If you would like to make a direct impact on specific individual efforts consider donating to these campaigns:

Brandon’s College Fund

“Hi,  my name is Brandon Miles. I grew up with a single mother and I was homeless at on point. When I was two, my mom said she remembered seeing me have more fun switching the batteries in toys than just playing with them. That’s when she knew I would have a career that involved technology.  Now I’m 19, and I’m a student at East Carolina University with a major in Graphic Design.

This upcoming fall semester, this week, I am having financial problems trying to pay for my meal plan and textbooks. It would mean everything to me if I receive the money I need. I always thought ever since I was young that I wouldn’t be able to go to college because of money problems. But by the grace of God, I know I can reach my goals with your help!”

Treshaun’s College Tuition

“Hi my Name is Treshaun Hackney. Im a 19 year old college student on the route of making something out of my life. As a young boy around age 5 I became very interested in learning how things were pieced together and worked in a mechanical way, a way that no other child my age seemed to care about or wanted to get a greater meaning about. I recall when my mother would buy just about every set of Lego or k’Nex for me and just shortly after excitedly tearing open the packages I never failed to create something mind blowing and even often innovation my own design to that of what the legos could do. Now 15 years Later I am a sophomore at Alamance community College in the student transfer program majoring in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Business. Currently acc holds a charge of 2,200 on my account which I will not be able to transfer and graduate on time before clearing the debts. I have till the end of August so anything to help me  stay on a focused clear path will mean so much to me. Thank you all very much and I hope you all have a very blessed day.”