Victorian School Nurse Helps Students Raise Funds For Victims Of Nepal Earthquake

After the devastation and destruction of the Nepal earthquake, students at Victoria’s Belmont High School in Geelong came together to raise funds for the victims.

Year 9 Nepalese student Muskan Karanject approached School Nurse Anchi Sherpa to help organise the fundraising event.

Anchi told the Geelong Advertiser that it was such a fantastic idea that she gladly took on the challenge.

‘It wouldn’t have come together without the help and support of the staff and students.’ she said.

The lunchtime event included a barbecue, henna art, traditional Nepalese clothing and Nepalese food.

Principal Gary Schultz said that although it was a fun day, the students appreciated the importance and significance of what has happened in Nepal.

‘The event was wonderful and the students had a really great time but we made sure that they didn’t lose focus on the reality of what occurred,’ he said.

The school raised close to $4000, which will all be donated to the Geelong Nepalese Association.

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