Students throughout South Australia continue to play a crucial role in fundraising for Catholic Charities.
This bright and colourful me4u website highlights and celebrates the fundraising work done in schools to help those in need 'in our own backyard.'
The me4u campaign’s focus is to assist schools in generating ways to bring students together for an event and/or fundraising activity with the main focus of reinforcing Catholic Charities message ‘Never see a need without doing something about it.’
Our message is that no one should be left behind and that sometimes we all need to reach out and help each other - that is what is behind me4u – helping each other through - by coming together we all can make a difference!
The website aims to celebrate and share this important work and show how everyone can make a difference even if it seems small.
Each school has their own dedicated page on the website and you can help contribute to their fundraising for Catholic Charities by using the donate button located on their page. Go to the School tab at the top of the page and click on the logo.
The types of fundraising happening in schools for Catholic Charities are limitless! The students and teachers have come up with some fantastic fundraising ideas over the years, including:
St Aloysius College & Sacred Heart College – Easter Egg Drive for Hutt St Centre, Catherine House, Centacare and Aboriginal Catholic Ministry.
Catherine McAuley School – Stalls selling goods for Catholic Charities agencies.
St Francis Xavier Regional Catholic School – Stalls /dress-ups/ sponsored disco dancing.
St Mary Magdalene School – 'Skip for Justice' for Students staff & Parents.
St John the Baptist Catholic School - ‘Tour de St John’ riding stationary bikes and were sponsored per mile.
Galilee School – organised market day Stalls.
St Martin’s Catholic Primary School – 'Book Swap Day' & 'Casual clothes' day.
St Francis School Lockley’s – created 'Shoeboxes of love'.
St Teresa’s Catholic School at Brighton – Annual ‘Walk for Water’ fundraiser.
St John Bosco School/Brooklyn Park – set up a 'Funky dress-up day'
Antonio Catholic School – started a 'Coin line' and disco.
What can your school come up with?