Wahroonga Adventist School supports Legacy Week

Wahroonga Adventist School captains Emily, Jonathan, Claudia and Billy selling Legacy badges last week at Sydney Adventist Hospital.

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Students from Wahroonga Adventist School (Sydney, NSW) have raised more than $A3000 for Legacy.

To support Legacy Week (September 1-7) the school held a mufti day and lunch food stall, which raised over $1500, and sold Legacy badges and pens, which raised a further $1800.

An initiative of the school’s Student Representative Council, the activities were all about supporting the community and teaching the students about the importance of Legacy, a charity helping Australian families suffering after the injury or death of a spouse or parent during or after their defence force service.

“The school is not just in the community but of the community,” principal Michelle Streatfeild said.

“We would especially like to thank the Sydney Adventist Hospital, Greater Sydney Conference and Adventist Media for allowing us on their premises to help this fine cause.”

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