Dresses For Drought Pop-Up Shop
Over the past few weeks the plight of our farmers has been front and centre of our hearts and minds as images of our rural regions in absolute despair have filled our screens. The St Clare’s community has decided to do something we hope will make a small difference to the lives of those doing it tough out west.
Initially the call went out to support the ‘Dresses for Drought’ initiative, however, due to the overwhelming response from around the nation there is no longer a need for dresses to be donated. There is a huge need for financial support in other ways and the ‘Fiver For a Farmer’ initiative is something we will be supporting.
Thanks to the amazing efforts of Miss McNally our girls have hand written tags to go on the dresses that will be available for young women in the Orange district, through the ‘Dresses for Drought’ program. The messages are to show support and love for the young women of the district getting ready for their Year 12 Graduations.
Miss McNally will be running a Pop-Up shop in Orange on Saturday to help get dresses to young women in the Central West of NSW. This is just another example of the way she models ‘serving others’ to all members of our community. We are so proud of her and our fabulous girls!
The message tags that will be attached to each dress are simply beautiful and are a reflection of the wonderful girls who make us so proud to be part of the St Clare’s community. Here are some of the messages that will be attached to the dresses at the pop-up shop in Orange on Saturday.