Uni helps raise funds for trafficked kids

HUNDREDS of dollars have been raised for the Forget Me Not foundation through the University of Southern Queensland's Fraser Coast Women's Network annual luncheon.

The money from this year's luncheon will go towards the more than 16,000 Nepalese children living in institutions after the April 2015 earthquake which killed more than 8800 people and injured more than 23,000.

Michelle Hay from the foundation's board of directors said the money would help in providing resources to rescue trafficked children in Nepal.



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