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Project Compassion and the Lebanese School Appeal Update

Tuesday, March 05, 2024

Throughout Lent, students in Faith Club have been organising initiatives to raise money for Project Compassion and the Lebanese School Appeal. Students spent two weeks walking around the yard during breaks, asking students to guess how many lollies were in the jar. Congratulations to Year 12 student Abdel Latif Saleh who won the lolly jar. There were 268 lollies in the lolly jar!

On Thursday, students continued with their fundraisers by initiating a Sausage Sizzle. A special thank you to our Year 11 students; Dany Jawhar, Christian Elsheikh and Jacob Haddad for their great job in cooking the sausages and to our Faith Club and SRC leaders for their assistance.

With the collection boxes in each classroom, the Sausage Sizzle, and the Lolly Jar Competition, we have raised approximately $600 at St Joseph’s Campus so far. Thank you to all staff and students for their support of Project Compassion and the Lebanese School Appeal. We will continue to fundraise until the end of Term 1 for these causes!

Faith Club

Thank you to our Faith & Social Justice Captain, Annabelle Mansour, for delivering a topic on ‘Love in the Old and New Testament’. Despite her nerves, Annabelle did a wonderful job presenting on this topic to her peers in Faith Club and has encouraged other members to present in the future, with three presentations lined up!

- Ms Natalie Saliba

    ‘On Tuesday the 27th of March, Faith Club gave me the opportunity to present a topic about Love in the New and Old Testament. Before the presentation I was extremely nervous yet still very excited to hear what everyone thought about my topic and to hear everyone’s feedback. During the presentation I spoke about two stories; the story of Abraham and Isaac and the story of Zacchaeus. After the presentation everyone was very supportive and gave me encouraging feedback. Overall Faith Club helped me to get out of my comfort zone and helped me expand my knowledge with the help of my peers and teachers.’

    – Annabelle Mansour, 10B.

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