wyedean School

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Wyedean is an academic & nurturing global school committed to
World Class C21st learning for all. We aim to turn dreams into futures.

Charity Donations 2020 - 2021

Wyedean School students and staff  have held non-uniform days, cake sales, Book Events to raise money for local, national and international charities. 

 

 Clic Sargent £479.91 

Race for Life - Cancer Research UK  £137.00

 

April 2021

Thank you for fundraising for us!

On behalf of everyone at Refuge, I would like to thank you for your kind donation of £326.70 that you raised through your nonuniform day. The money you have raised could help Refuge to welcome 6 women into one of our refuges for one night, where they can receive emergency accommodation, get emotional support and be signposted to services so they can begin to rebuild their lives. What inspired you to fundraise for Refuge? In the current climate, it is certainly more challenging for women suffering abuse. Refuge’s National Domestic Abuse Helpline is responding to more calls and contacts than pre COVID-19.That’s why every pound you have raised as part of this challenge will enable us to keep fighting the fight for all women and children escaping domestic abuse. If you would like to have a call about how you can continue to support Refuge in the future, please do let me know your availability and I can check my diary.

With very best wishes,

Jess Carmody

Senior Community Fundraising Executive

 Calls to Refuge’s 24-hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline 0808 2000 247 and visits to www.nationaldahelpline.org.uk have increased since lockdown measures were introduced. Our services are needed more than ever by women affected by domestic abuse. Donate to help keep our life-saving services running. 

 

Save the Children December 2020

THANK YOU FOR TAKING PART IN SAVE THE CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS JUMPER DAY 2020

Your donation of £362.60 could help change a child's life. Don't believe me? MEET LEXI-MAE... “She’s one of the brainiest five-year-olds I know”, says Lexi-Mae’s mum, Georgina. Lockdown has been hard for them – but Lexi-Mae is her mum’s rock. “I think she’s been coping more than I have,” says Georgina. Save the Children helped this dream team out with food vouchers and a learning pack to help Lexi-Mae’s big brain keep growing. That’s what Christmas Jumper Day is all about, people! By taking part in the festive fun you’ve helped families from the UK and all around the world!