Why we love Interact

Interactors take part in an outdoor activity during the Famine Camp to raise money for World Vision.

Interactors take part in an outdoor activity during the famine camp to raise money for World Vision.

By Janelle Tai, club service director for the Interact Club of Wesley Methodist School, Sentul, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Fasting from food and drinks except for plain water may sound like an impossible feat for us food-loving Wesleyans, but that’s exactly what we did on one weekend earlier this year for a totally worthwhile cause.

We organized our 30-hour famine camp in conjunction with World Vision Malaysia with the theme of  “Fight Hunger!” In total, 120 students and 5 teacher advisors took part. We had an amazing time. The morning started off with a few ice breakers. Then, everyone headed outdoors for more vigorous activities. The highlight of the night was our Mystery Game. Continue reading