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GES supports UNICEF
GES students give for UNICEF. Front row are: Jacobi Sweet, Makayla Nettles, Jakobe Gadsden and Sophia DeBeer; back row: Nolan Quill, Taylor Smith, Dominick Rodriguez and Gabby Aliffi. - photo by Photo provided
With the Christmas season approaching, an old saying comes to mind: “It’s better to give than to receive.” The students at Guyton Elementary School fully embraced this during their annual Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF campaign, which was held a few weeks ago.
They joined the 60th year celebration of kids helping kids and were eager to make a difference in the lives of kids around the globe. During the campaign, Guyton students took those famous, orange collection boxes and raised an amazing total of $1,087. The donations collected will provide clean water, immunizations, better nutrition, and education for children around the world.