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Community Recognition Statements - Aarohi Bansal

I am delighted to recognise Aarohi Bansal as a recent finalist in the Women of the Year Awards the Ones to Watch category.

Throughout 2023 Aarohi devoted an impressive 160 voluntary hours to vital causes such as the Special Olympics Australia, food drives for homeless shelters, Foodbank and fundraising for the Kids' Cancer Project. Beyond local initiatives she has been published in UN Youth NSW's Global Advocate magazine, participated in the Harvard Model United Nations and was involved in the global non-profit the Memory Project to support orphaned children in Afghanistan. She is a co‑founder of a war on waste organisation at her school, has completed the lance corporal course at Australian Army Cadets and has received the John William Langston Epping Memorial Scholarship in 2019. It is with great admiration and gratitude that I commend Aarohi Bansal for her outstanding efforts, which continue to enrich the lives of others and inspire positive change.

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