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Cronulla High School in Australia goes mufti!

October 8, 2010

It’s difficult to imagine what life would be like for many children in an African country such as Zambia – sometimes going through a day with only one meal, walking to fetch water from a bore hole for the family, having to work instead of going to school, owning only one pair of shoes and being separated from your siblings when your parents die.

We want to say an enormous thank you to all of the students at Cronulla High School in Sydney, Australia for taking the time to imagine, for coming together in mufti clothes and raise money to show their support in wanting to make a difference to the lives of children in Zambia.  We are so very grateful to you for the compassion you have shown.  Thanks especially to the Student Representative Council and Jill Montgomery for coordinating the Mufti Day.  You can be assured that the money raised will be a great contribution to our work with the children.

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