THE walk on walk strong (WOWS) campaign has touched the lives of many people who continue to give generously to fulfil a young girl's dream to assist children suffering from cancer.
And yesterday, the Secretariat of the South Pacific Community (SPC) joined hands with the rest of Fiji by giving about $2500 towards the Tae Kami Foundation.
The solemn occasion saw staff in tears as Tae's mother Sina Kami shared the painful journey she had with her daughter four years ago.
ICT adviser Dan Aiafi said when children were diagnosed with cancer it was important that the public at large assisted them in whatever way they could, a spirit shared by Pacific people.
Mr Aiafi said the funds were collected by the staff.
"Regardless of our different ethnicity, culture or language we are bound by the same spirit," Mr Aiafa said.
WOWS will be having similar campaigns around the Pacific to fulfil Tae's dying wishes.
She asked her parents, Taholo and Sina Kami, to promise her a resource centre for children with cancer, a scholarship fund for poor children and a hospital to take care of children with cancer not only in Fiji but throughout the Pacific.