Lara Moussa Kamar, a 27-year-old accountant and auditor from Jerusalem, sat at her desk, staring at the computer screen in front of her. She had just finished a report, and though she was tired, she felt a sense of satisfaction. As she sat there, she thought back to her childhood dream of becoming an accountant, just like her father.
Growing up in Jerusalem with one sister and two brothers, Lara had always been a hard worker, determined to succeed. When she was in middle school, she decided that accounting was the career for her. After finishing high school, Lara went on to university and earned her degree in accounting.
Education was always important to Lara, and it had a significant impact on her life. With her education, she was able to achieve her dream of becoming an accountant and making a difference in the world.
Lara’s faith was also a significant part of her life. Since the day she was baptized, Christianity had been a way of life for her. When she heard about the Franciscan Foundation for the Holy Land and the scholarship program they offered, she knew it was an opportunity she couldn’t pass up.
The scholarship gave her the chance to achieve her dream and make her parents proud. With tears in her eyes, Lara thought of the generous sponsors who made it all possible. “Thank you from the bottom of my heart for helping me and my parents,” she whispered to herself.
Looking to the future, Lara hopes to continue achieving her dreams and make a difference in the world. She knows that education is the key to her success, and she wants to help others have the same opportunities she had. She is grateful to the Franciscan Foundation for the Holy Land and its generous donors for continuing their important work, helping families in need and changing lives for the better.