Students show they care for Manchester’s vulnerable children

Generous support for Mission Christmas

Students and members of staff at The Radclyffe School have collected over 250 toys and gifts in support of the Key103 Mission Christmas appeal.

The gifts filled a large trolley to overflowing as toys for all ages as well as gifts for teenagers were brought in. Everyone was encouraged to buy one extra gift this Christmas to support the appeal, which is aiming to supply £1million of toys for young people affected by poverty.

Year Manager Heather Hunt said, “Our student-led Charity Team have been fantastic, working really hard to ensure we collected as many gifts. We want to thank everyone who has been so generous, and we know the toys will be appreciated by lots of children.”

The Charity Team has been busy right up to Christmas, organising a cake sale and a Christmas Market, as well as a non-uniform day on the final day of term, raising hundreds of pounds for the NSPCC and Shelter.

19 December 2013

Students with the gifts before collection

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