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Helping the Hungry

Feb 28, 2018

Helping the Hungry

On CAFOD Family Fast Day, 23rd February, 2018, members of Catholic communities around the country are invite to think of those who are hungry.  Over 3 billion people around the world live on less that £2 per day. 

In response, students and staff from St. Julie's took part in a three fold event!  The main purpose was to appreciate the difficulties some of our sisters and brothers around the world face as they seek to find their 'daily bread'.   So, some fasted for 12 hours.  Some tried to feed themselves for 24 hours using just £2 and others put the 'tin' in fasting by donating tins in support of the Hope+ Foodbank.   Over 100 of our school community participated and they signed the Wall of Solidarity with those who are hungry.

Thanks to all involved.