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Aug 22, 2018

Jardehl Needs Your Help to Live His Dream

Jardehl Muschamp

On Tuesday morning, the Muschamps received the great news that Jardehl was also selected for a partial scholarship to attend the football academy in Arizona. That financial assistance is to the tune of twenty-seven thousand five hundred dollars. That is just over one-third of the total money he needs. So the family has since launched an appeal to raise the remaining money, roughly forty thousand U.S. dollars, for Jardehl to realize this opportunity of a lifetime. They have since set up a Go Fund Me account named Jardehl Shine for Belize; you can also make deposits at Heritage Bank Limited account number 111-1246. Hilberto and Jardehl Muschamp are asking the public to help them raise the money by the end of September when Jardehl has to return to Arizona.


Hilberto Muschamp

Hilberto Muschamp, Father of Jardehl Muschamp

“It’s sixty-nine thousand and some change was the full scholarship and they are giving us twenty-seven thousand and some change. So we are still looking for forty-one thousand and some change U.S. dollars to try to pay the full tuition and try to get him back and quickly as possible.”


Jardehl Muschamp, Football Athlete

“It feels great to know that all my hard work paid off and I am getting a chance to live my dream.”


Hilberto Muschamp

“We have to get back home and try to see how we and do some kind of fundraising or whatever the case to try to get him back as quick as possible because there is a thirty days deadline. We need to get him there as quickly as possible because the tournament fixing to start towards the ending of September so we want to get him back. We were told that as soon as we pay the full registration, they will grant us a letter for us to take to the embassy so that we can get his visa changed from a tourist visa to a student visa.”

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