Kids on a kind quest

Members of the Quest for Kindness group Alira Lyons, 11, Jenna Pullman, 11, Nikkita Ybanez, 10, and Ava Pullman, 11, with Paula Cox from the Sacred Heart Parish Soup Kitchen and homelessness  program manager at Mallee Accommodation and Support Program Nellie Minter. Quest for Kindness students have shown their support for the region’s homeless.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Members of the Quest for Kindness group Alira Lyons, 11, Jenna Pullman, 11, Nikkita Ybanez, 10, and Ava Pullman, 11, with Paula Cox from the Sacred Heart Parish Soup Kitchen and homelessness program manager at Mallee Accommodation and Support Program Nellie Minter. Quest for Kindness students have shown their support for the region’s homeless.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

STUDENTS from Ranfurly Primary School have been on the ultimate Quest for Kindness, tackling the issue of homelessness in the local community.

As part of their Flexible Learning Interest Programming, Quest for Kindness unit, Year 5 students set off on a mission to adopt a project where they could make a real difference.

Teacher Erin King said after brainstorming sessions students wanted to find ways to help Mildura’s homeless community.

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