IGS supports Lismore and AIS flood appeals

IGS staff and students wore mufti today and created coloured hearts for Lismore residents as the community reached out to support flood relief.

“The people of Lismore have recently been affected by the worst floods in history,” said Deputy Principal Mary Duma.

“These small hearts will be used to brighten shop fronts in Lismore, when businesses can reopen.

“Together we can make a difference to the world!”

Our community is also invited to donate to the Australian Independent Schools (AIS) Flood Relief Appeal. Every dollar donated will be used to cover students’ immediate needs. If you would like to donate, you can do so here.