Charity at SPCS

Here at St. Paul's Cathedral School we are all very aware of how lucky we are.

Here are some of the charity fundraising and other initiatives that we are involved with.

 

 

Flushing away poverty, one toilet at a time.

SPCS has sponsored toilets in Malawi and Myanmar. 2.3 billion people, one third of the worlds population, do not have a loo!

Inadequate toilet facilities are a major cause of disease, which in turn limits opportunities for education, stifles a community's economic options and leads to even greater poverty.   

You too can sponsor a loo,  here: https://www.toilettwinning.org/

 

 

Our Pre-Prep Harvest Assembly, led by Mrs Carmichael-Line, took place in the Cathedral. Pictures from the event will be on display here soon!

Pupils from all forms brought up items to represent the fabulously generous donations that we were able to give to The Spitalfields Crypt Trust. Thank you to everyone for their gifts.

Click here to find out about The Spitalfields Crypt Trust's work

 

 

Lynn Cox - A speaker on behalf of Guide Dogs UK - and her dog Danny visited the school to tell us all about the ways that donations are used to train and match up dogs with blind and partially sighted people across the UK.

Guide Dogs UK is our chosen charity for our fund raising this year.

Read more about the work of Guide Dogs UK here

 

 

On Friday 20th September, we held a non-uniform day in support of Jeans for Genes which raises funds for the Genetic Disorders UK charity.

All pupils brought in donations for the privilege of not having to wear their uniform. This is always a popular annual event!

Read more about Genetic Disorders UK here

 

 

 

Wonderful pictures from the Orphanage in Ghana that we support through donations of uniform, bags and equipment.

 

 

The Headmaster with his wife, Dawn and the other seven riders in their team at Wells Cathedral during their ride from Land's End to John-O-Groats to raise funds for the Trussell Trust.

14 days in the saddle, 1000 miles and 50,000 feet of climbing to raise a wonderful £4,500.

You can read more about the Trussell Trust here