Doing it for Kidscan

DOING IT FOR KIDSCAN: Te Hapara School went a little crazy for KidsCan yesterday after one of the students, Nevaeh Hollis, 9, won fourth place in The Coffee Club and KidsCan Christmas artwork competition. Nevaeh’s artwork will be used on KidsCan’s Christmas Luncheon napkin for November and December this year. For her efforts, she won for the school $1,000 prize money and for her self, she won a $250 shopping voucher for any store of choice. Pictures by Rebecca Grunwell
Te Hapara School celebrates.

KidsCan provides Kiwi kids in need with food, clothing and health items at school, so they can get into the classroom in a position to learn. KidsCan does this because it believes education equals opportunity and all children, regardless of their socio-economic background, should have an equal chance. To help support KidsCan, the school held a crazy colour day with students donating a gold coin.

Pictures by Rebecca Grunwell

KidsCan provides Kiwi kids in need with food, clothing and health items at school, so they can get into the classroom in a position to learn. KidsCan does this because it believes education equals opportunity and all children, regardless of their socio-economic background, should have an equal chance. To help support KidsCan, the school held a crazy colour day with students donating a gold coin.

Pictures by Rebecca Grunwell

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