Jayden Sutton, a dedicated high school senior from Cobb County, Georgia, faced a challenging journey every day due to financial difficulties in his family, he worked at a restaurant to support his education.
- One fateful day, Jayden’s determination caught the eye of a kind-hearted woman named Lavonda Wright Myers.Touched by his relentless effort, Lavonda made a bold promise to Jayden: she would provide him with a car to make his life easier.
- Lavonda initiated a GoFundMe campaign, which garnered $7,000 in support. With this financial boost and the goodwill of the Nalley Honda dealership’s general manager, Jayden soon received a car
Jayden Sutton, a determined high school senior from Georgia, was facing a challenging situation.
With his parents struggling financially, he decided to take on a job at a restaurant to support his education.
However, this meant he had to walk an astonishing 7 miles (11 km) daily from school to work and then back home.
Young Student 11km trek rewarded with surprise car gift from generous stranger
One fateful day, a kind-hearted woman named Lavonda Wright Myers noticed Jayden walking in the rain and offered him a ride.
Touched by his dedication, she promised him a car the next time they met. Together, they prayed and believed in this vision.
Lavonda launched a GoFundMe campaign that raised $7,000, and with the support of the Nalley Honda dealership, she fulfilled her promise, purchasing a car for Jayden. Overwhelmed with gratitude, Jayden thanked Lavonda, recognizing that hard work and determination can attract unexpected help.
Jayden’s inspiring story reminds us to keep striving for our dreams, as kindness and support can come when least expected. Lavonda’s act of generosity serves as a reminder that making a positive impact in the world is always needed and greatly appreciated.
Young African student obtains 1st class in computer engineering, also the best graduating student of Cyprus University
Meanwhile, a young African guy, Albert Bangura graduates as the best student of Bahcesehir Cyprus University with a degree in Computer Engineering.
Albert Bangura, a native of Sierra Leonne, graduated with outstanding honours from Bahcesehir Cyprus University with a degree in computer engineering. His remarkable work earned him the top graduating student award overall for 2023 from the university’s Office of International Students.
When he learned of his success via email, Albert referred to it as a “jaw-dropping” accomplishment and a “dream come true” for him.