Holy Trinity students decided to ditch the uniforms whilst getting ready for school this morning and instead sport their favourite pair of pyjamas.
From Kindergarten to Year 10 students arrived at school in colourful, crazy and most importantly warm winter pjs- but it was all for a good cause.
The out-of-uniform day was a gold coin fundraiser for the annual St Vincent De Paul Society.
However, instead of raising funds for the normal winter appeal, St Vinnies launched a special drought appeal knowing the significant impacts rural communities are feeling at present.
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Students were more than happy to bring donations for the drought appeal.
The Vinnies Drought Appeal will help individuals and communities across NSW in three ways:
Provide immediate relief through food assistance and other household bill payments;
Fund the delivery of water and animal feed by partner organisations; and
Organise social events for rural communities to come together and find support.