Cash for Kids has been named as the official charity partner of Galloway Country Fair for the third year running.
The Fair organisers have pledged to donate all of the takings from programme sales alongside any cash donations over the weekend, to raise vital funds to support the charity’s work throughout the local area.
Representatives from Westsound Cash for Kids will also be on site at this year’s event providing activities and competitions for children to take part in throughout the weekend.
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During results week, there has never been a better time to address the limitations which children from disadvantaged areas experience when it comes to career aspirations. Here, Future First CEO Matt Lent outlines the work of the education charity…
St Hugh’s School, Woodhall Spa, didn’t let a downpour stand in the way of a magnificent day of fun and fundraising for charity.
More than 200 pupils, staff and parents took part in a muddy fun run and enjoyed an array of fundraising activities – all to raise money and awareness for the RAF Benevolent Fund and the Matt Hampson Foundation.
Students from Abbot’s Lea School offered their assistance this week at South Liverpool Foodbank.
The Woolton-based school, which specialises in high quality holistic education for young people with autism and a range of associated learning need, arranged for 15 key stage five students to visit the Bridge Chapel centre in Garston, on Thursday 8 February, to put together much needed packages containing essential items for those in crisis.
Schools are undoubtedly the place where young people can seek reassurance and strengthen bonds across communities. Yet tackling religious discrimination and racial prejudice is the number one issue of concern amongst young people. A charity, the Three Faiths Forum has spent the past ten years helping schools teach a more thoughtful approach when it comes to standing up to religious discrimination.
Schools across the nation are being called to go dotty this spring to raise money for a valuable sight-loss charity.
The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is asking schools up and down the UK to "Wear dots and raise lots" in support of its vital work.
"Wear dots...raise lots" is an annual fundraiser, which will be taking place in May. It is inspired by Louis Braille's system which features raised dots and revolutionised reading and writing for people with sight problems.
Deb – a leading innovator and supplier of skin care products – has partnered with Skcin, a national skin cancer charity, to create a colourful and engaging UV board. These are to be placed in primary schools across the UK; where education on sun safety is crucial.
Great music education is a partnership between classroom teachers, specialist teachers, professional performers and a host of other organisations, including those from the arts, charity and voluntary sectors. (National Plan for Music Education)
205 schools begin plans to transform their grounds to create insect homes
205 schools located across all counties within the UK, are celebrating the news that they been selected to participate in the UK wide ‘Polli:Nation’ project – an initiative which supports schools to provide food and shelter for Britain’s pollinating insects.