Pacific Theological College donates $10,000 to WOWS Kids Fiji

Pacific Theological College donates $10,000 to WOWS Kids Fiji

By Marika Rasekaseka
Wednesday 03/11/2021

As part of their Pinktober fundraising, Pacific Theological College fundraised a total amount of $10,000 and donated the money to the WOWS Kids Fiji today.

While handing over the donation, the Principal of Pacific Theological College, Reverend Professor Upolu Vaai says their main focus this year is to help kids with cancer and those who are facing challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

He says in previous years they have collected money, clothes, and food packs for October to donate to the people living in the squatter settlements.

The Principal says PTC has faced challenges from the pandemic, but they are stopping all developments for the sake of their staff.

He adds that from the challenges the college has been facing, they came up with the sense of giving something to help those in need.

Reverend Professor Vaai says there are more events from them as they are focusing on their theme for this year 'Leadership for Justice'.



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