ITC Anzac Day Fundraiser a huge successPosted on 24/04/2015 by Jess O'Connor
Students at the International Travel College (ITC) hosted an outstanding Anzac Day Lunch to raise money for the RSA yesterday (23 April).
The smell of delicious hot food and baked goods wafted through the student common room, drawing in generous donations from students and staff alike.
Whether you prefer fried chicken and potato salad or sweet fried bread and chocolate brownie, there was something there to suit everyone’s taste buds.
For $5 you could purchase a plate of chicken, chop suey, potato salad and mixed greens, along with a canned drink. Or for $2, you could choose between a range of sweet treats – the red velvet poppy cupcakes were a very popular choice.
With all of that delicious food, it’s no wonder the fundraiser was one of ITC’s most successful events. A total of $386 was raised for the RSA.
The event was coordinated by the Student Council but every class donated one dish collectively. The Council chose food based on what the students would be most likely to buy – hence the impressive array of sweet and savoury treats.
Event organiser and Student Services Adviser Tisi Tupou was grateful to everyone who helped make the event such a success.
“I’m so proud of the hard work that the students put in. This is one of the biggest fundraisers we have ever had,” says Tisi.
The event has also inspired Tisi to attend her first dawn service tomorrow morning. All in all, a very successful fundraiser!Posted in News | Tagged Anzac Day |