To cap off their spring break, students from Immaculate Heart Central School held a car wash at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church on Saturday to raise funds for a girls’ school in Kitenga, Tanzania — an East African country ravaged by the pandemic’s fallout.

IHC’s Faith Community Service Program “adopted” the school to support from afar, and the group’s all-hands-on-deck effort emphasized a dedication to help others “come out safely on the other side.”

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