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Year 9 student Noah Kemp’s Personal Best project has bought some real joy to students from an Indigenous school in north Western Australia.
For Noah’s project, he collected 96 pairs of footy boots to donate to the Ngalangangpum School. He was inspired after seeing his grandparents’ holiday snaps of children playing footy with bare feet.
Noah put collection boxes around the College and was delighted with the response. Cameron’s Trucking even pitched in with an offer of free transport of the boots up to the school.
Noah now has the satisfaction of seeing this video of the Ngalangangpum students getting a huge kick from their “deadly” new boots.
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