From the Head of Quinn House, Olivia Kite
On 15 July 2017 Ned Wieland, a Quinn House Year 10 student, will become the youngest Australian male to attempt to swim the English Channel. While achieving his own personal goals, Ned is also raising funds and awareness for mental health among teenagers.
To help Ned raise funds, a family from the Waverley College Community has kindly donated 7 nights’ accommodation in Thailand. All money raised will be donated to Ned’s Everyday Hero Account; an account he has set up on behalf of R U OK? Day.
The prize valued at $3,000 is for 7 nights’ accommodation at Infinity Residences and Resort in Koh Samui, Thailand, in a 2br suite overlooking the bay of Bang Po and includes full use of all the resort amenities.
Please note that the prize does not include flights or transfers. Block out dates apply and selected dates are subject to confirmation by the owner.
- $60 x 1 ticket
- $100 x 2 tickets
- $200 x 5 tickets
Tickets will be available from the 13 June until 12 noon on 21 June. Click HERE to purchase.
The winner will be drawn on the 21 June at 3.30pm at Waverley College and will be notified by email. The winner will also be published on the Waverley College Facebook page.