Wonderful World Gifts Support from Schools
Take a look at the weird and wonderful ways that schools have been fundraising for World Gifts.
Our Lady of Lourdes in Southport raised £345 doing a Christmas jumper day! Gifts they were considering included a cow, a pig or a school starter kit - maybe even all three.
St Bonifaces College in Plymouth raised money to buy a Goat that Gives. We're not 100% sure if this is a real goat or a cunning replica, either way we're so pleased they chose to give to World Gifts.
A Year 2 class at St Ethelbert's in Slough wore silly socks for the day, raising money for World Gifts. Some of these are fab - we're all in favour of a Christmas sock during the season.
English Martyrs in Liverpool all worked together to raise £284. This helped to buy a whopping nine goats, it's just a shame goats aren't as colourful as the lovely ones they have in display here.
The teachers of St Benets Ouston baked up lots of lovely treats for a school bake sale. All proceeds went towards World Gifts as a starting point to their Advent celebrations. Some tasty treats on here!
These examples are just a taste of some of the wonderful ways in which schools have been fundraising for World Gifts. Each gift purchased helps to change lives around the world, and remember, World Gifts runs all year, it's never too late to run an event and buy a World Gift.