It was like something out of The Avengers when the children and teachers of Kalinda School turned up to class wearing their favourite superhero costumes.
Caped crusaders, masked vigilantes, and heroic heroes came to take part in the National Superhero Week fundraiser, which raises money for muscular dystrophy research.
Muscular dystrophy is a life threatening, incurable muscle destroying disorder that affects one in every 625 people in Australia, with young children being most vulnerable to the severest form of the disorder.
The money raised goes to the National Muscular Dystrophy Research Centre at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute, as well as support Muscular Dystrophy Australia's programs and services.
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