Dubbo South students hear news of their Uganda sponsor child
FOUNDER of Life Charity Focus Uganda, Moses Goire, visited Dubbo South Public School on Thursday, October 18, to share news about the school’s six-year-old sponsor child Zahara.
When Moses was eight years old, he became sponsored by Jack and Dione Carter of Nyngan, which allowed him to complete primary school, high school and university.
Moses then decided to give back to his community and founded the Joy Blessed School in Uganda.
Over 500 students attend this school and 105 of these are sponsored through Moses’ Life Charity Focus Uganda program. Many of the sponsors are from around the Central West region.
Students and staff of Dubbo South Public School were touched to see the positive impact that their contributions are having on Zahara’s life. Dubbo South Public School teacher Alison Emerton (who also personally sponsors another child through Life Charity Focus Uganda) with Life Charity Focus Uganda Executive Director Anna Carter, Founder Moses Goire, President Dione Carter and students of Dubbo South Public School. Right: Thomas Moses presents Moses Goire with a pair of glasses. PHOTOS: DUBBO PHOTO NEWS MEMBER for Dubbo Troy Grant reminded eligible motorists that a 40 per cent discount in registering caravans and camper trailers became available from Thursday, November 1, providing a saving of $471 off rego.
Privately towed caravans and purpose-built camper trailers are eligible for the reduction in motor vehicle tax, but are still required to pay the standard NSW registration fees including the annual fee of $65.
Treasurer Dominic Perrottet said the reduction will give motorists money back in the hip pocket and encourage people to travel and do business.
Clearly Dominic hasn’t fuelled up in the West of late.