Imagine the Shine school ground full of trash, with buildings that turned black from the dirt and massive mud puddles outside of the classrooms - in which the children were playing, risking a lot of
After a busy year of studying at school and volunteering for a growing and changing Shine, everybody was happy to take a break. However, Shine has to remain active during the summer holidays, demonstrated by
We would like to thank the wonderful Jason for an incredible Shine fundraising campaign, which has seen him raise over $5,700 on GoFundMe for cutting off his amazing dreadlocks! Jason lived alongside the children
Year 9 Pre-Senior Student Council Representatives organised a school barbecue, held at Haileybury in Keysborough, for the purpose of raising funds for Shine. Students attending the event were able to purchase a sausage and a drink with their money, all of which
Early in Shine's first year, the rainy season struck just weeks after us opening our doors. With the rain comes a lot of problems: the building standing up to the battering and the children getting
Shine Cambodia would like to dedicate a quick thank you to Marianne Mattingly for her recent efforts in supporting the cause. In what is truly quite an inspirational story, Marianne learnt about Shine and the
Shine would like to thank and acknowledge Haileybury for their support during 2016. Haileybury is an exemplary school of great diversity with an international outlook and values underpinned by a strong commitment to social justice.