Trinity students raise £11,000 for charity

Community | 4th July 2019

Trinity students have raised a fantastic £11,000 for charity this year.

The total follows our most recent charity day, where students ran stalls and had the opportunity to soak some of their teachers.

Other events throughout the past academic year have included a swimathon, which raised £1,600, and mufti days.

The total will be split across the 48 different charities our forms have chosen to support each term, including Cancer Research; WWF; the Lily Foundation; Heads Together; Medicinema, and Plastic Oceans (to name but a few!)

Special congratulations must go to 1S for raising a phenomenal £660 this year!

Head of Community Action, Claire Burrage, said: “It has been a pleasure working with our hard-working and dedicated Charity Committee this year, all of whom have spent time choosing charities close to their hearts and devising inventive ways to raise money. I spent many year’s fundraising for charities before I came to Trinity, and in all those years I never saw such enjoyment from anyone doing fundraising as I see in our students. It is a real honour to work with them, and to know we are giving so much back through our efforts”.