We were down at Gordon Stephenson House for the WA Youth Award interviews today. Lily and I had the opportunity to meet with some of our award category sponsors and the minister for youth, Mr. Peter Tinley where we got to talk all about Conneativity and the work that we get to do.
Our third interview, with Mr. Peter TInley, Minister for Mines and Petroleum, Veterans Issues and Youth.
We've been nominated as a finalist for the WA Youth Awards! Thank you so much to everyone who has supported us, from our teachers to our friends and family. We're so honoured and excited to have this opportunity and we hope to make you all proud.
Lily and I would to thank both our teachers, Mrs White and Mrs. McKinney for all the help and guidance they have provided over the course of our Conneativity journey and to Mrs. McKinney for taking the time to nominate us for the award. Your support is invaluable and we wouldn't have made it this far with out you both.
St. Pats is a community support center located in Fremantle. Their food relief services provide meals for those that struggle to feed themselves. Due to cuts in funding, their meal services are under threat and they've had to shut down their weekend service.
A few weeks ago, St. Pats and Conneativity organised a bake sale fundraiser which raised $500 that will be used to maintain these meal services. However, without constant funding, they won't be able to provide the ever increasing food assistance required each year.
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