Busselton Senior High School student council members have raised more than $26,000 over six years for a Tenderfeet School in Africa’s biggest slum, Kibera.
The students complete a week of activities and classes which cover UN Sustainable Development Goals such as human wellbeing, poverty, malnutrition, access to lean water, education and gender-equality issues. The following week students participate in their annual “Walk for Tenderfeet” which is used as the main driver for fundraising.
BSHS vice-captain Sam Webster said: “We are incredibly proud to have supported hundreds of the most vulnerable children on the planet to get an education which is the only way out of absolute poverty.”
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