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Published 20/05/2022 · Academic

Thank you!

Last Term, SBC raised a total of $2 322.85 via Project Compassion Boxes and the Easter Raffle. This money will support projects coordinated by Caritas in Australia and neighbouring countries. Thank you for your support!

LifeLink – Winter Appeal 2022

This term our fundraising efforts will support LifeLink agencies. The LifeLink organisation was established in 1994 to provide for the ongoing financial and promotional support of agencies established or assisted by the Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Perth.

‘The Shopfront’, a LifeLink Agency supporting needy families in the Archdiocese of Perth, is currently very low on stock for food hampers. With the coming of winter, many needy families attend Shopfront to collect a food hamper. We request that each family in our school community donates non-perishable cans or goods that will assist Shopfront in putting together and supplying food hampers. We will create a ‘hamper wall’ in the Wandju Room and then donate the goods to ‘The Shopfront’. Please send items to school with your child by the end of Week Five.

Towards the end of this term, we will conduct a Gold Coin Challenge, where each student is asked to bring a gold coin donation to contribute to LifeLink Money Collection. Each House will have an opportunity to collect as many coins as possible (House points to be awarded for the most coins collected).


Young Mercies for Vinnies

All students with a passion for social justice are invited to join this group – please see Notices in SEQTA Learn for further information.


MIA MAD 2022

All Senior School students (Years 10 & 11) have started their MIA MAD program for 2022. Students are reminded that all information regarding the program can be found on SEQTA Learn in the course: 2022 Year <Level> Community Service MIA MAD – Mr Adrian Martino


Mr Adrian Martino

Head of Faith & Mission

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