Thank you for all of the donations given for Bag2School. These have been collected and weighed and we are very pleased to have received a cheque for £92.00.
If there are anymore bags you would like send in for Bag2School, we can arrange a collection date for these items. Please advise the school office if this is the case.
Thank you as always for your continued support.
We are supporting this national fund raising appeal again this year and invited everyone to come to school head to toe in RED! Or with a little bit of red! All we asked for was a donation towards this charity. Red Nose Day raised the amazing amount of £191.85.
Thank you as always for all of your fabulous support!!
Millie and Eadie came up with the idea that they wanted to collect money and items to make up individual bags to be handed out to people living on the streets in Worcestershire. They planned 4 Fab Fundraising Fridays and added in Comic Relief to make it FIVE! I want to THANK YOU ALL personally because they raised far more than they ever expected and none of this was possible without your help, generosity and support. They have been able to create 50 bags to be handed out and are making a donation of £116. The bags will be distributed by Maggs Day Centre in Worcester.
We are SO proud of every ones’ efforts.
Comic Relief raised £191.85
Alfie, Leah, Daniel and Spencer (plus Mums and Dads) all climbed Snowden during the Easter holidays, raising £645 for school in the process. They are intending to buy IT equipment with the proceeds.
Well done and thank you to them and thank you to everyone who supported them.
A few months ago, myself and Eadie decided we wanted to help the homeless. We came up with the idea to make some homeless help bags that would contain essential items that they may need sleeping rough. To enable us to achieve this, we did five fundraising Fridays at school.
On week one we did our ‘donation station’ and with all your donations we managed to make 24 bags with just that one fundraiser!
On week two the school was raising money for comic relief but they support the homeless anyway.
On week three we did our dress down day and everyone was very generous .
On week four, we did the raffle for Mother’s Day and the staff from school all made a donation towards the two hampers. Mrs Unitt’s daughter made a fabulous cake!
On our final week we did a cake sale and thank you to everyone that donated cake to us.
Thanks to everyone’s help we have managed to raise an incredible £347.00 which has given us enough money to make 50 bags and donate just over £100.00 to the charity.
We are going to MAGGS Day Centre , Worcester on the 3rd June to hand over the bags so that they can be distributed to the homeless. Free radio are covering our story and this will hopefully be aired over half term.
Thank you very much to all the staff, pupils and parents at Hartlebury primary that have supported and helped us make the homeless bags a reality. Please see more photos in our gallery.
Millie and Eadie