Nadi special education get sponsored

Wilson’s family with head teacher Reena Devi and students of Nadi Centre for Special Education.


A family all the way from Melbourne, Australia handover household equipment to the Nadi Centre for Special Education.

Donor Glenn Wilson proudly handover the equipment to the school with a heart of giving.

“My family have been contacting the school since late last year for special education and have been granted a private tour of the school with my family,” he said.

“I asked the school if they needed any school supplies as my family would love to give them something special, in return they requested for a vacuum cleaner and a water blaster,” he added.

Mr Wilson said they have donated the vacuum cleaner and a water blaster which will assists the school for future use.

“These two household equipment have been offered to me a really big discount on the items as it’s for a very good cause from company called “Kärcher” a German based family business that operates worldwide,” he added.

“It’s our fourth time visits to the country and our third Nadi school visits this year and the main reason we want to partake in the assistance is that we found out that our daughter had ‘Down syndrome’ and she hold a place in our heart and we want to share to other children few resources with similar needs,” wife Malissa Wilson said.

The Wilson’s family, Glenn, Melissa, Blake and Madisyn wished to add a very big thank you to Nadi school for special education for allowing them to visit as it holds a special park lace in their hearts.

Nadi Special School head teacher Reena Devi who overseer one hundred sixty five students who are back to school this year.

“We have been receiving donation in a yearly basis we praised the Wilson family in making the significant contribution to the school,” she said.

“We welcome donors and visitors in future, if they have a heart to giveout for the school and at the same time we never stop anyone to help,” she added.

Mrs Devi believed in networking with people because it may lead to people with massive resources and be able to assists in many ways.

Wilson family will be visiting the school from today until February 16, 2018.