STUDENTS of Holy Trinity Anglican School in Suva honoured the life of one of their former student the late Tae Lusia Kami on Friday.
Posters on the school fence read "Be the voice of the voiceless, support children with cancer", "Help grant her wish," and "stop cancer now", that moved guests into tears as the pictures of late Tae were visible everywhere in the school block.
Students spent a minute of silence by reflecting on the life of Tae who inspired thousands of people not only in the Pacific but around the world.
They raised more than $500 to go towards the Tae Kami Foundation that her parents promised for the children with cancer.
Her mother, Sina Kami fought back her tears as she stood in front of more than 300 students to thank them for their kind donations.
She said her daughter was a proud student of Holy Trinity and that was evident in her every day life.
"This place brings a lot of memories and Holy Trinity was part of Tae's life," Mrs Kami said with a tearful voice.
She said Tae had left behind the tool and with the help of her husband Taholo Kami they would try to fulfil the last wishes of their daughter to have a resource centre for children with cancer, scholarships for poor children and a hospital to treat cancer patients in Fiji and throughout the Pacific.
School headteacher, Suliasi Vuli said they were grateful to Tae who had dedicated most of her time despite the pains and the sufferings for children with cancer.
"We feel honoured to donate to the Tae Kami Foundation that was initiated by Tae a former student of Holy Trinity," Mr Vuli said.
Tae joined Holy Trinity in 1999 as a class three student.