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Record of collection in the last campaign of 'NON-UNIFORM DAY' of the2016-2017 School Year: 981.91€ for the UNHCR to help the refugee children

We start the 2017-2018 School Year with one of the last acts of the previous course carried out by the Students Council. The € 1 collection campaign for NON-UNIFORM DAY has had a great effect: 981.91€ have been collected to help refugees through UNHCR (http://www.acnur.org).

Two days, during the school year, are focused on this campaign and from the Students Council it is decided, as spokespersons of the other students of the school, where the money collected will go.

In December, the collection was for the Fundació de La Marató to investigate for the Ictus and traumatic spinal and brain injuries. And in June, we looked for an international cause and it was through UNHCR, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, that we tried to help the refugees.

We would like to thank all those who, with their voluntary contributions, help each day to create a fairer and more respectful world, aware of the fundamental values ​​of the person and being sensitive to the others and their needs.

We encourage you to continue doing it through the campaigns in which we will be participating throughout the 2017 -2018 School Year.

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