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Wonderful WEE BOX stories

This Lent, we’ve been overwhelmed by the wonderful #WEEBOX stories shared by our supporters.

You have found unique ways to virtually fundraise for us and distribute WEE BOXES. We wouldn’t be able to help children with disabilities in South Sudan without your support - thank you so much!

Please remember to tag SCIAF if you're supporting us online [@SCIAF on Twitter and Facebook; @SCIAF_insta on Instagram]. We love seeing what you're up to.

Check out the creative ways people across Scotland have been ensuring that our WEE BOX appeal thrives despite the circumstances.

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Well done to the Vatican Voyagers

Pupils and teachers at St Bernadette’s are marching the 1,600 miles to the Vatican before Easter Sunday. They’re out walking rain, hail, or shine – what commitment! If you’re in the Falkirk area, look out for the #VaticanVoyager purple ribbons.

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Jamie's fundraiser

Jamie is a P7 pupil at St Cuthbert's Primary school. After hearing our Lenten story, he was so moved that he asked his teacher if they could set up a fundraising page. Thank you, Jamie.

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Queenie Stompers

The pupils and teachers at Queen Margaret Academy are walking 10,000 steps a day or doing a 5k each day – fantastic. We’re loving the adorable dog pics too – keep them coming!

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Well worth a watch

Every year, the P7 class at St Francis Xavier Primary lead the way for pupils at their school to raise money for our #WEEBOX appeal. Watch their fantastic video above to learn how and why they support us.

Make your own WEEBOX

A beautiful homemade #WEEBOX

Thank you to Yousuf who downloaded our colouring sheet and made his very own WEE BOX. Beautiful!

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COVID-safe Lenten packs

Father David included our WEE BOXES in his COVID-friendly Lenten packs. Thanks so much!

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Father Travers from St Mary’s in Coatbridge put his WEE BOXES on the front porch so that parishioners could collect them when out their daily walk. Wonderful!