Children Smash Fund-Raising Target on Last Day of Termcreative33
Children at St Giles’ Catholic Primary School in Cheadle have raised £718.30 for The Little Princess Trust Charity on their last day of the school year.
Angelina Baby (age 8) cut her beautiful, long hair and is donating it to The Little Princess Trust, a charity that provides real hair wigs, free of charge, to children and young people who have lost their own hair through cancer treatment or illness.
In support of Angelina and The Little Princess Trust, St Giles’ had a non-uniform day on Wednesday and asked all students for donations to The Little Princess Trust. The donations have been counted and £718.30 was raised against a target of £550, which is the cost of making a wig.
“We are immensely proud of Angelina for doing something so life changing for another young person. All the children at St Giles’ have pulled together to support this worthy cause, smashing our fund-raising target and giving us a real high note to end the school year on!” said Mrs Gillian Wretham, Principal at St Giles.
Angelina is pictured above with her sister Alena and her mum