Who needs an Easter Bunny when you’ve got Armadale Primary School?
Last Friday on March 31, four students in grade six came down to Very Special Kids from Armadale Primary School.
School captains Lucia Tabbagh and Jack Gatehouse, and Vice captains Maya Hurwitz and Quinn Sutter, brought 13 Easter hampers donated to Very Special Kids families and children by the school’s annual Easter Raffle.
The primary school have done this several times before, and we appreciate their continued contribution.
The hampers were not only huge, but decorated with student’s drawings and creative additions, instantly bringing so much more colour and excitement into the hospice.
The four students brought their mothers along, and toured the hospice and even met some of the kids we support.
It was great to see such young people involved, and now they are even wanting to support Very Special Kids further, and are looking into being a part of the 24 Hour Treadmill Challenge, in some way.
It is fantastic to feel support from the local community and especially a local public school, thank you to the students and teachers who made this happen, but also to the school as a whole for the hampers. We are sure they will be thoroughly enjoyed!
Categories: Hospice News, Very Special Kids News