Sabbath School project is all about kids helping kids

The church's Kindergarten Sabbath School class has "adopted" the two OFFL early learning schools.

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Children at Wahroonga Seventh-day Adventist Church (Sydney, NSW) are helping disadvantaged kids in Papua New Guinea.

The church’s Kindergarten Sabbath School class has “adopted” the two Operation Food For Life early learning schools in PNG and is providing health and hygiene kits for the students.

They have called the program “Kids helping kids”. So far their fundraising efforts have enabled them to purchase 200 kits containing items such as a face towel, comb, soap, toothpaste and toothbrush. A local dentist is helping to provide some of the items.

“Thank you teachers, children, parents and friends for this incredibly kind gesture,” said Operation Food For Life founder Dennis Perry.

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