St Michael’s Primary School students ditched their traditional socks for a good cause on Friday.
Children were invited to wear socks attached to their clothing, hand puppets or ‘crazy socks’ in an effort to raise funds.
Money raised through gold coin donations on ‘crazy sock day’ will go toward raising money for medical supplies and an ambulance in Uganda.
The fundraising effort was a part of Catholic Mission’s World Mission Month, celebrated in countries around the world.
Both pupils and staff wore a range of ‘crazy’ socks and raised almost $200 for the Catholic Mission.