SENESE raise funds for fence

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FOR A GOOD CAUSE: Supporters and SENESE staff doing their bit to help.FOR A GOOD CAUSE: Supporters and SENESE staff doing their bit to help.

FOR A GOOD CAUSE: Supporters and SENESE staff doing their bit to help.FOR A GOOD CAUSE: Supporters and SENESE staff doing their bit to help.

The SENESE Inclusive Support Services event to raise much-needed funds to build a new fence for its Vaitele compound last Friday was a great success, thanks to overwhelming public support.

 

L.T.A staff Ruta with Amaramo and Mareta.

L.T.A staff Ruta with Amaramo and Mareta.

The fundraiser was the first in a series of events to raise funds for the project.

SENESE staff and volunteers worked tirelessly last week to make the event a smooth success, and they raised $3,500.

L.T.A staff Ruta with Amaramo and Mareta.
L.T.A staff Ruta with Amaramo and Mareta.
Andrew and Amaramo during the fundraiser.
Andrew and Amaramo during the fundraiser.

The Craig Group made a surprising but much welcomed announcement during the SENESE Secondary PTA fundraiser last October, that it will gift SENESE with a brand new headquarters to house its operations and service, as one of the much-loved students of SENESE is their grandchild.

Andrew and Amaramo during the fundraiser.

Andrew and Amaramo during the fundraiser.

The SENESE board and staff have decided to contribute to the project by raising funds for a security fence to the area. The SENESE Inclusive Support Services hopes to make this an ongoing fortnightly event, until the cost of the fence, which is between $20,000 to $25,000 is achieved.

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