Friday 23 September 2022 04:47 AM Loreto College issue warning over GoFundMe, fundraising campaigns using their ... trends now

Friday 23 September 2022 04:47 AM Loreto College issue warning over GoFundMe, fundraising campaigns using their ... trends now
Friday 23 September 2022 04:47 AM Loreto College issue warning over GoFundMe, fundraising campaigns using their ... trends now

Friday 23 September 2022 04:47 AM Loreto College issue warning over GoFundMe, fundraising campaigns using their ... trends now

School at the centre of horror bus smash issues an urgent warning to Good Samaritans Loreto College, Ballarat have warned of an 'unapproved' fundraiser in their name The school community was rocked by a horrific bus crash involving 27 students  The schoolbus slid down an embankment after it was hit by a truck in Victoria  Eight of the staff and students on board remain in hospital after the smash

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A school left rocked by a horror bus crash has warned members of the community against donating to 'unapproved' fundraising pages that claim to raise money for victims and their families.

Some 27 schoolgirls, a bus driver and four adult teaching staff were all taken to hospital on Wednesday when a truck collided with their bus in Melbourne's north-west.

Their school, Loreto College, Ballarat, took to social media on Friday to warn residents that a GoFundMe page had used their school logo without permission. 

'Loreto College has been made aware that a Go Fund Me page has been set up using the College logo. Loreto College has NOT APPROVED any Go Fund Me accounts and cautions against these sites,' a school statement said. 

The campaign is no longer available on the website. A GoFundMe spokeswoman confirmed it had been removed. 

'Our Trust & Safety team is currently working with the organiser and

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