3. Students learn and fundraise – in the lead up to (and during) Ration Challenge week, students are asked to do their best to fundraise $300 and are challenged to learn more about issues impacting refugees.
4. Ration Challenge week – students eat the same rations as a refugee for 5 days (senior students) or 3 days (junior students). By putting themselves in the shoes of a refugee, they’ll learn about global issues, develop empathy for others and the money they raise will make a real difference to the lives of refugees and other vulnerable communities.
Note: All students who have received a donation by Wednesday 5 June on their individual fundraising page will be sent their own food ration pack via their school. Any students who haven’t received a donation by this time can still take part, but will need to source their own food.