Camden Haven students have taken part in social justice initiatives in the community and at school.
More than 20 students from St Joseph's Primary School Laurieton formed a Mini-Vinnies team earlier this term to advocate within their school and local community.
Mini-Vinnies groups are guided by the Society of St Vincent De Paul and learn about social justice issues, develop leadership skills and engage with the wider St Vincent de Paul Society.
Students educate and raise awareness for social justice initiatives and also educate their peers about international work completed by national charity, Caritas Australia.
Caritas works with the most vulnerable communities internationally to eradicate poverty and injustice.
Students also ran a footy fundraiser at the school on Friday, March 12 and raised almost $500 for the cause.