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  • 1.
    • Students at All Saints Catholic College in Huddersfield did different Harvest Fast Day activities based on making £10 from £1. Peter Hill, CAFOD local rep, collected a cheque for more than £1,000.
    • Good job All Saints!
    All Saints, Huddersfield
  • 2.
    • St Benedict’s High School hosted a “Rich Man, Poor Man” meal.
    • Pupils entered a raffle and most received a soup and bread lunch.
    • The five winners gained not only a tasty pizza and ice-cream meal, but also a sense of how lucky they truly are.
    St Benedict’s, Ealing
  • 3.
    • Leg waxing in support of the Pakistan Appeal, at St Mary’s Catholic College, Blackpool. Ouch, you are a star, well done!
    An endurance test!
  • 4.
    • Members of the newly formed Loreto High School Justice and Peace group put their baking skills to the test in aid of CAFOD.
    • The group’s Bake Sale raised £120.35 for our work.
    • Our thanks goes to everyone involved.
    Loreto High, Chorlton
  • 5.
    • King Henry VIII School in Coventry held a series of sponsored activities including a 24 hour silence, a 10km run, bake sales and boys’ leg waxing (ouch!). They bought CAFOD World Gifts including a community water supply, a pair of piglets and a goat.
    • Well done everyone!
    Sixth formers in Coventry
  • 6.
    • ‘ Enough for All' activity days were attended by Y10 pupils from eight secondary schools in Nottingham diocese.
    • Participants examined CAFOD’s Act on Poverty campaign and looked at the obstacles to aid reaching people in need, and listened to a talk by a former Prime Minister of Haiti.
    Nottingham Diocese
  • 7.
    • 11 year-old Rachael Doherty makes and sells her own greetings cards using recycled cards. She has raised several hundred pounds for CAFOD and contributed towards a trip for a member of her church to help build a medical centre in Africa. She hopes her story inspires others.
    • Go Rachael!
    Young entrepreneur
  • 8.
    • The Chaplaincy team at Holy Family Catholic School in Keighley organised a school “famine lunch” in support of the Pakistan Appeal.
    • Diners paid a minimum one pound in return for soup and a roll.
    • Well done team!
    Holy Family, Keighley
  • 9.
    • At harvest, Our Lady’s Catholic High held a concert by staff as well as a simple lunch.
    • At the lunch, students chose to eat from a reduced menu of soup and a roll or a sandwich.
    • The school’s head of R.E. said, “Sometimes it’s not just about raising the money, it’s about standing in solidarity with the poor and the hungry.”
    Our Lady’s, Fulwood