24 May, 2023
Toogoolawah students and staff ‘Do it for Dolly’
Students and staff at Toogoolawah State High School raised $590.80 for the Dolly’s Dream foundation as the school took part in Do It For Dolly Day on Friday, May 12.
Blue clothing was prominent as this was the colour associated with the annual fundraiser, dedicated to promoting kindness and taking a stance against bullying.
Charlie was named best dressed, with Matilda as runner-up while Abygail and Natiri shared third place.
The day at the Toogoolawah secondary school included a bake sale comprising brownies, fairy bread, cupcakes, and jelly cups.
There was also some fun and games, with dodgeball being played during recess.
Do It For Dolly Day came about following the tragedy of Amy Jayne ‘Dolly’ Everett, who took her own life at the age of 14 in January 2018 after being subjected to repeated cyberbullying.