Primary Students Live to Give to Help Less Fortunate


As a College, we regularly put our Foundational Values into practice through our missions program. Missions are a practical way that students learn the value of service and generosity, as they engage in fundraising activities. Missions also teach compassion as we put the needs of others ahead of our own and as we use some of our blessings to bless those less fortunate. Live to Give Day is our main missions event for Prep - Year 4 students and, on Thursday 10 June, Pimpama students and teachers thoroughly enjoyed a morning of carnival-style fun. This year’s event was a cashless alternative to previous years and instead of purchasing food and products, students participated in activities to ‘win' tokens. There were various activity stations on offer in P-2, with something fun for everyone to choose including an obstacle course, painting, skipping, origami, Lego creations, ring toss, hair braiding and much more! Our Year 4 students designed and created an incredible array of arcade games, inviting the Year 3 students to view and play their completed designs. Students 'donated' their tokens into the jar of their chosen charity which provided a meaningful connection to these organisations during the event. Funds were raised via Parent Portal prior to the event and King's would like to thank our families who donated to help these incredible charities:

  • Manna Ministries, India
  • Faith that Moves Mountains, Thailand
  • Lifesaving Chaplaincy, Australia
  • 100% Hope, Uganda