Fundraising heroes!

A weekly treat has been introduced to Carew this term, as one of our Upper School students decided to hold a weekly doughnut sale to raise funds for the Ebola crisis. He said “my friend’s family is from Sierra Leone, so they could risk falling ill with Ebola, so I wanted to do something to help.” Holding a sale every Friday break time, the school has raised over £50 for the Ebola Crisis, a huge achievement and we would like to thank and congratulate our students who have driven this campaign for their initiative, compassion, and drive to make this a success.  

Please click here if you would like to donate to the appeal.

 

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