30 Hour Famine at Francis Libermann was a great success! A group of seventy dedicated students from grades 10-12 joined together on the evening of March 30, 2012 for global awareness of child hunger and poverty. The students occupied their time with a scavenger hunt, social awareness activities and an inspirational student-led liturgy. This evening liturgy was dedicated to the discussion and reflection of the physical, social and emotional difficulties experienced by children all over the world. The fast was broken over a meal shared together at 11:00am. We are honoured and humbled by this experience and are proud to announce the Libermann 30 Hour Famine participants raised a significant amount of money towards OneChild and World Vision.