IN THE SPOTLIGHT
QGHS Cancer Society Makes A Difference
Queensburgh Girls’ High Cancer Society touched the lives of many when they organised a successful charity drive in term one of 2022. All proceeds were handed over to CHOC, a non-profit organisation that supports the wellbeing of children and teenagers diagnosed with cancer.
The programme, which consisted of two events, was coordinated by Mrs K. Govender and members of the QGHS Cancer Society who worked tirelessly throughout the term. On the 15th of March, learners participated in a Flipflop Day and showed their hearts by walking in flipflops for a day. The Flipflop Day was a fun filled way to highlight that with support from society, those children diagnosed with cancer, can triumph over their illness, with hope and support.
Our Cancer Society also embarked on a food collection drive. Food items such as tin fish, sugar beans, long life milk, rice, margarine, butter, vegetables and other non-perishables were collected during the term. The drive was a resounding success.
Our deepest gratitude goes out to learners, parents and teachers for their overwhelming support and commitment to our community.
“Giving is not about making a donation, it is about making a difference.” Kathy Calvin
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