Hunter’s school raises funds

Kale Duncan, Tai Govindsamy, David Henissy and Swelihle Myeni wish former learner, Hunter Tilling a speedy recovery.

ST Benedict School held a civvies day on Friday where learners made donations and wore denim to raise funds for former learner, Hunter Tilling.

Hunter was involved in a serious car accident on Good Friday and the family needs support to cover her medical bills.

On Monday night (1 May), Hunter made some improvement when she opened her eyes three times.

People who would like to assist can visit the Help Hunter Tilling Facebook page.


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Sanelisiwe Tsinde

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