A project by Dubbo College South Campus will help brighten the lives of sick children at Dubbo Hospital.
Year 7 students started creating capes for charity Capes 4 Kids in early Term 2.
Unfortunately, production was interrupted by lockdowns, however as soon as school resumed face-to-face the students powered on to have them completed before Christmas.
They'll be given to sick children at Dubbo Hospital to add a little bit of brightness into their day.
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Capes 4 Kids founder Heather Rogers said she was thrilled to get a phone call from Dubbo College to say teacher Dianne Vaessen was interested in the charity.
"These capes will bring smiles and strength to children who are facing serious health challenges, upcoming surgeries, treatments or procedures," she said.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the students were unable to deliver the capes personally to the hospital, but they were excited to be able to hand them over to Ms Rogers.
More information on Capes 4 Kids can be found on its website.
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