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Education for Haitian Kids Saved by Binghamton Students

Photo courtesy of Catholic Schools of Broome County

In October, students enrolled at Broome County’s Catholic schools collected gently used school uniforms to send to children in Haiti.Seton Catholic High School Principal Richard Bucci says In Haiti, children are not allowed to go to school if they aren’t wearing uniforms, preventing poor children and orphans from getting an education.

Binghamton students sorted and folded 1,000 cleaned uniforms for the nuns who run an orphanage on the Caribbean island nation to take from Broome County to the needy children.

The children are now going to school, sporting uniforms that proudly display the emblem of Saint John’s school on Vestal Avenue on Binghamton’s South Side.

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