La Salle Technical College was established in 1973. LSTC provides a four-year co-educational program for over 570 students aged 14 to 20 years. Students have all dropped out of the traditional school system due to poor results, poor behaviour or related issues. LSTC offers these teenagers a second chance to complete their high school education and also to gain practical, employable skills. Many students arrive without breakfast. Many do not have lunch and most do not eat at night. To cater for these students and to improve students study capability and behaviour, LSTC has negotiated with various suppliers to provide food stuffs cheaply. This enables LSTC to continue to operate its successful Breakfast Club program. About 140 students attend this early morning program run by student volunteers. This gift provides one school breakfast for a hungry teenager at the college.
This gift supports communities in Papua New Guinea and costs 829 points on JellyChip.
The target charity is the Lasallian Foundation.