St. Mary’s students bake goodies for Faya

Grade 2 and 4 students in St. Mary’s School in Cranbrook, BC, are baking up a storm to benefit children in Adama, Ethiopia. The kids have invited their parents to come and purchase their delicious treats on November 23 and 24, with all the proceeds going to the Vulnerable Children Society.

Teacher Mrs. Quinn is glad to be raising money to support vulnerable children at Faya Orphanage. She has told her students that their actions can have a positive impact on children across the globe. “A little goes a long way, thankfully,” she states.

Thank you! grades 2 and 4!

If you would like to organize a fundraiser for Faya Orphanage through the Vulnerable Children Society, it’s as simple as 1 + 2 + 3!

  1. Tell us what you are up to by emailing info(at)vulnerablechildren.ca replace (at) with @).
  2. We will share your story with our supporters via this website and send you any materials you may need.
  3. The funds resulting from your fundraiser can be donated on this site using the “donate one time” button on the left, or by sending a check to
    Vulnerable Children Society
    757 Wardlaw Avenue, Kelowna, BC, V1Y5B8, Canada
    We will ensure every one of your fundraised dollars get to our partner organziation in Ethiopia.

Bottle drive in PEI

Vulnerable Children supporter Nicole B. from P.E.I. has been collecting bottles to raise money for Faya Orphanage. She has raised $500 for Vulnerable Children’s Ethiopian programs to date – wow!

Prince Edward Islanders are helping kids in Ethiopia, through an ongoing bottle drive. Instead of putting their recyclables on the curb every other week, I’m encouraging friends, family and even complete strangers to donate them to me. I take everything to the bottle depot for a refund, and forward the money to the Vulnerable Children Society. It’s amazing how quickly all those bottles and cans add up to hundreds and hundreds of dollars!
~Nicole B.

It’s just a wonderful example of how a little ingenuity can go a long way to helping kids in need. Thanks Nicole, and all our friends in PEI!