CEDoW Schools Respond to the "Cry of the Earth and the Cry of the Poor"

'Environment Matters' Blog | CEDoW Schools Respond to the "Cry of the Earth and the Cry of the Poor"

Posted 17 December 2019 by Catholic Education in 'Environment Matters' Blog

In 2019, through the Return and Earn partnership with Vinnies, our schools have recycled 75,317 containers raising much needed funds for Vinnies social works.

This means that we have reduced the amount of rubbish going to landfill and we have also raised money for the St Vincent de Paul Society who assist those people in our community who need a helping hand.

Our schools are doing their bit to respond to "the cry of the earth and the cry of the poor" that Pope Francis calls us to in Laudato Si'.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING 12 SCHOOLS WHO COLLECTED THE MOST CONTAINERS FOR 2019:

1. St Joseph's Albion Park - 10,465 containers recycled

2. Holy Spirit College Bellambi - 6,211 containers recycled 

3. St Francis College Edmondson Park - 5,858 containers recycled 

4. St Columbkille's Corrimal - 4,050 containers recycled 

5. Holy Family Ingleburn - 3,991 containers recycled 

6. St Brigid's Gwynneville - 3,178 containers recycled 

7. St Joseph's Bulli - 2,416 containers recycled 

8. St Paul's Camden - 2,337 containers recycled 

9. St Paul's Albion Park - 2,285 containers recycled 

10. St Clare's Narellan Vale - 2,181 containers recycled 

11. St John's Campbelltown - 2,127 containers recycled 

12. St Francis of Assisi Warrawong - 1,362 containers recycled 
 

Click here for more information about the Vinnies Return and Earn Partnership. 

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