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Warsaw Volunteer Mission Soup Kitchen & Michael Murphy

Michael Murphy was the president and one of the founders of Warsaw Volunteer Mission

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As you aware TBS Warsaw students work closely with the Warsaw Volunteer Mission helping those in need. Michael Murphy was the President and one of the founders of Warsaw Volunteer Mission and work tirelessly supporting the mission. SOn the 20th December 2019, a person of huge importance to our school community, Michael Murphy sadly passed away.

For a long time Michael had been fighting cancer, and despite the seriousness and severity of the illness he didn’t lose hope and kept attending the soup kitchens regularly, to which he always brought a cheerful and positive attitude. He was and will continue to be a role model to students who attended the soup kitchens that the Warsaw Volunteer Mission had been organising with our school for the last few years. His initiatives allowed TBS students to volunteer and try helping a more local community. Michael will always be remembered in our school for his optimistic and caring actions and approach to charity. 

Please read more about WVM and their activities  in their newsletter below.

Paweł & Zosia 

Year 12 students