In December/January 2015 – editor of the Law Society of NSW Journal, Claire Chaffey, visited Rainbow Ridge/Kili Kids to investigate how two lawyer brothers, family and friends’ commitment to helping orphans in Africa has evolved into an innovative sustainability project with the potential to change the way poor communities survive and thrive.
Click here to read Claire’s front page feature story in the Law Society of NSW Journal – May 2015 Edition – it is an inspiring read.
It seems that the story and in particular, the kids, have stuck a chord as LSJ Kili Kids cover is a finalist in the Australian 2015 Publish Awards magazine cover of the year award – up against some big names such as Harper’s Bazaar Australia, Country Style, GQ Australia and The Collective. Go LSJ and Kili Kids! Perhaps we will win it because the kids and our project sure need the exposure!!
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