Opening Dian Scholarship
“But after that I got married, I had children, there was nothing. In the end, it’s okay, there must be a lot of little Dians in the village whose dreams are not far away. They just want to go to a state university, but they don’t have the money. Why don’t they use it? my real savings save up for myself, yes for the little Dian,” said Dian.
© Dian Sastrowardoyo (Photo: Muhammad Akrom Sukarya/Kapanlagi.com)
Dian then decided to open the Dian Scholarship Program. However, his financial ability at that time was only able to take two to three foster children per year.
“I’m a college student, this is the son of a construction worker who won the class. The children are women who sell cat rice, which basically only has one determination, I just want to work in an office so that mom doesn’t have to sell cat rice again every night,” said Maulana Indraguna Sutowo’s wife.