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Little Hearts, Big Dreams: Little Harvard Preschool walks for a safer world

Little Harvard Preschool recently held an event ‘Little Hearts, Big Dreams Walkathon,’ a philanthropic initiative that provided an opportunity for students to make a positive impact on the world around them.

The aim of this walkathon went beyond just putting one foot in front of the other, it was about taking a collective stand against the distressing and horrific violence affecting children globally.

As a united school community, we are committed to raising awareness and speaking out against the atrocities experienced by children around the world, especially the innocent children in Gaza, calling for an end to violence against the most vulnerable in our global family.

Our ‘Little Hearts, Big Dreams Walkathon’ saw children and parents alike walking laps to symbolize our shared commitment to creating a safer and more compassionate world for every child. It was an opportunity for us to come together, not only as a school community but as advocates for positive change.

As we conclude our event, we want to emphasize the importance of instilling the values of philanthropy in our students. Not only does it create a positive impact on the recipients of our generosity, but it also molds our children into individuals who understand the importance of making a difference in the lives of others.

In line with our commitment to promoting the well-being of every child, we would like to draw your attention to the United Nations Conventions on the Rights of the Child. These conventions highlight the fundamental rights and freedoms of every child, emphasizing the importance of a supportive and nurturing environment. By participating in philanthropic activities, our students actively contribute to the promotion of these rights, helping to create a world where every child can thrive.

We are delighted with your support to your child’s participation in the ‘Little Hearts, Big Dreams Walkathon’. Together, we can inspire a sense of purpose and social responsibility in our students, fostering a community that values the well-being of others.

As we embark on this philanthropic journey, let us remember the words of Mahatma Gandhi, who said, ‘The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.’ May our collective efforts in nurturing the spirit of giving lead to a brighter future for our children and the world they inhabit.



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