Over the past year, a group of Year 12 now 13 CAS students took part in various activities to raise funds which they recently presented to the Life Home Project Foundation (LHPF). The students sold wrist bands to raise awareness, organised bake sales, and also sold Christmas cards produced by LHPF to raise funds.
The Life Home Project Foundation defines itself as “a non-profit organization with the goal of offering children, women and patients suffering from HIV/AIDS a more dignified life, preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS in Phuket, Thailand and fighting against the stigmatization of people living with HIV/AIDS.”
“The students have put an incredible amount of effort into raising awareness for this group. I’m glad the BISP community supports similar projects over the course of every school year. I look forward to working alongside more students in the future,” said Mr. Berman, Extended Curriculum Coordinator at British International School, Phuket.
Read about other projects British International School, Phuket students are involved in.
Join them on Sunday March 31st, when they will be supporting the Life Home Mini Marathon!
For more information, please contact Mr. Berman on [email protected].