Friday, February 26, 2010
High School Angel-makers
Congratulations to the Peer Support class at Carihi Secondary School in Campbell River for their fund-raising efforts. Their teacher Jane Kolmatycki sent this report:
"The Carihi Peer Support class has once again made African AIDS angels to support your organization and the very valuable work that you do.
Peer Support is a group of high school students, grades 10-12, who work in a variety of ways to help their peers. Three years ago Kirstie Graham and her mother Carol came to the class with the idea to make AIDS Angels. Each year now we have spent 3 weeks making the angels and collecting money during the Christmas season. This year the students were particularly enthusiastic and we sold the angels at several locations. We are very happy this year to send you a cheque for $807.85 to help you with your work with AIDS in Africa."
Thanks to all involved!