In Australia, we are extremely blessed and even the least fortunate of us are better off than those in some other countries. As a group, we have been sympathising with the people of Nagaland in India. We sent cards to them last Christmas, telling them that we are thinking of them and praying for them. This year, we want to do something more to help them.
To give you an idea, the majority of the families in the village communities survive on less than 50 cents per day (for the whole family).
This is why, as a class, we have decided to hold a bake sale to help raise money for the Bethel Children’s home that is opening in January 2016, in Tuensang, Nagaland. This will assist Pastor Throngji and his wife, Ayangala with the education and care of many orphaned and abandoned children, children who can only dream of the opportunities that we take for granted.
We encourage you, we plead with you to help assist us with this very, very worthy cause.
On December 4th, our class will be selling various cakes, biscuits (including some gluten and dairy free), cans and even some healthy, delicious, homemade ice-cream. If you would like your child to purchase something, please send money with them on Friday.
Icy poles will also be available after school.
Kind regards and blessings,
Year 8 and 9 Science class.

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