Student donations support foodbank
Students from across the Stamford Schools have celebrated the Harvest Festival through donating to the Stamford Foodbank, collecting over 17 boxes of foods and home supplies, equating to half a tonne of food (495kg).
Charity Prefect, Sofia Welch, said: “As part of our role as charity prefects this year, we were given the task of gathering donations for the food bank. Crates were placed in form rooms and in the common rooms, and lists of the vital items needed were put up on surrounding notice boards.
“The students have managed to raise an outstanding amount of items for our local food banks – we are passionate about giving back to the community in any ways we can, and we are really proud of how much our students have managed to donate.”
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