Campus contributes to Adopt a Farmer
Students from Brisbane Water Secondary College Umina campus took part in the national Adopt a Farmer appeal on May 8.
Schools across the country were encouraged to raise money on May 8 as part of the appeal.
The campus Student Representative Council decided to offer students pizza for a gold coin donation.
"Our campus raised $1057.10 which will be sent to registered families," said acting campus principal Mr Adam Montgomery.
The money will be distributed through the registered charity Rural Aid, which aimed to put $100 on on each of 8000 Visa gift cards.
Social media, 15 May 2019
Adam Montgomery, BWSC Umina campus
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