WALFORD STUDENTS ‘SHARE THE DIGNITY’ WITH BIG DONATION
Tianyue (pictured) and Lydia, Year 9 Students at Walford Anglican School for Girls used their Community Service Project ‘Period Poverty’ to raise awareness of this important issue.
A key part of the project was to collect donations of sanitary items for Share the Dignity and their ‘Dignity Drive’ Campaign. Tianyue and Lydia were introduced to the Dignity Drive by Walford teacher, Miss Emily Button.
Tianyue and Lydia thank all the communities/companies that donated to their project: the Walford community, Woolworths Unley, Terry White Chemist Unley, Coles Unley and Coles Rundle Mall.
The donation was dropped to the Share the Dignity Collection Box at our office – 213 Currie Street Adelaide.
Congratulations Tianyue and Lydia on a brilliant community project that will assist a lot of girls and women in need of period dignity.
You can read more about Share the Dignity Drives and Collections here