40 Hour Famine

Cashmere High School

Vanessa van Hoof
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$730

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$10,000

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40 Hour Famine

Te Iringa o Kahukura/ Cashmere High School is on a mission to raise TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS this year!

Last year we raised close to $7000 for Syrian children, but sadly, more refugees have been forced to flee their homes in the past 12 months and the need grows ever greater to help these kids recover from the trauma they have experienced.

The children of Syria certainly didn’t start the war, but arguably they’re the generation that has suffered the most. Right now there are hundreds of thousands of children, just like Cashmere's kids, but with no homes, no schools, an uncertain future and shattered dreams.

The world is failing the children of Syria. Who is helping them? Who’s giving them the future they deserve? Why not us?

Cashmere is showing the world what can happen when our generation is united.

We are standing side by side with our brothers and sisters in Syria and giving them a chance to piece their lives back together.

Please could you support the children of Syria by making a donation? For example, $20 can help restore a child’s right to education with a complete stationery pack, or $45 can provide nutritious food for a child attending school for a term.

Through World Vision's Child Friendly Spaces we can help provide safe, supportive places where kids have access to arts, sports, education and counselling so they can start to recover from the trauma of war, and be given the chance to be kids again.

Our Generation United | For the children of Syria

The children of Syria certainly didn’t start the war, but arguably they’re the generation that has suffered the most. Right now there are hundreds of thousands of children, just like us, with no homes, no schools, an uncertain future and shattered dreams.

Help us create Child Friendly Spaces for these children. This year, funds raised in the 40 Hour Famine will provide critical support for those who have lost everything. Through World Vision’s Child Friendly Spaces we’re providing safe places kids can recover from the trauma of war, resume their education and just be kids again.