For the past week, O’Shea House has led the College in a variety of fundraising initiatives in support of Blind Eye Ministries. The week of fundraising commenced with a visit from Roby Curtis, Founder of Blind Eye Ministries, who shared stories of his experience of working with some of the poorest and most vulnerable people on the streets of Brisbane. He also shared about his work being in response to the Gospel message of Jesus of love of neighbour.
In leading the College, the staff and students of O’Shea conducted a variety of initiatives including a BBQ, crazy sock day, bake sale, lolly shop and coffee shop raising over $1150. We know this is greatly appreciated at Blind Eye.