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Senior School students at St Aidan's Anglican Girls School participate in the active Interact Club, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Jindalee.

Students have many opportunities to engage in community service and contribute their time and talents for the benefit of others.

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The Rotary Club of Jindalee chartered the Interact Club of St Aidan's Anglican Girls School in 1985. Since then the club has raised more than $250,000 for charities including the National Breast Cancer Foundation, The International Women's Day Mater Fun Run, Canteen, Camp Quality, Radio Lollipop, Hummingbird House, Melanoma Foundation, Headspace, and Friends with Dignity.​

The Interact Club of St Aidan's Anglican Girls School raises funds through school-wide free dress days, fashion shows, live concerts, fun runs, movie nights, pizza lunches, and an annual trivia afternoon. Students organise an Easter egg collection for the Children's Hospital, Tree of Joy drive of Christmas presents for Anglicare, and a collection of stationery for Donations In Kind.

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The Interact Club of St Aidan's Anglican Girls School supports the Children's Welfare Centre (CWC) in Kathmandu, along with Children's Aid International and the Jindalee Rotary Club. A group of students and teachers, having raised $12,200, travelled to Nepal and presented the CWC with a cheque for education, shelter, and food for almost forty children aged four to eighteen years old. They have also visited Cambodia to assist at the Feeding Dreams School.

Through Interact, students learn exemplary communication, teamwork, and leadership skills, and have the opportunity to make valuable professional connections. The Interact Club of St Aidan's Anglican Girls School continues to be a vital contributor to our community, both locally and internationally, and the members of the Rotary Club of Jindalee are proud to support the leaders of tomorrow.

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