‘Tis the season of giving

The Lynbrook School Community presented 50 washing baskets with food supplies to help families in need.

By Brendan Rees

Students from Lynbrook Primary School have spread the Christmas cheer by presenting food hampers to local charity Bk2Basics on Wednesday 5 December.

Grade Four Teacher Rebekah Bogos said with the generous support of our Lynbrook School Community, they were able to fill 50 washing baskets with food supplies to help families in need.

“Our Junior School Council connected with the Bk2Basics charity who works tirelessly in the community,” she said.

The presentation celebrated International Volunteer Day, with Grade Four students also enjoying a talk from the team of volunteers at Bk2Basics.

“Kelly, Kaidi and John were overwhelmed by the generosity of our children and their families,” Ms Bogos said.

“Along with other volunteers from local groups – Hampton Park Girl Guides, Hampton Park Library, City of Casey Traffic School, Labrador Rescue, Casey Netball and Softball Victoria and Australia our students left feeling motivated to make a difference in their community.”

 

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