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CAFOD children's activities

  1. 1. <ul><li>A huge thank you for all of your hard work and brilliant ideas for raising money for the people of Haiti affected by the earthquake in January. </li></ul><ul><li>CAFOD supporters have donated over £4.75 million to help the people of Haiti. </li></ul><ul><li>THANK YOU! </li></ul>May 2010 Haiti
  2. 2. Children, parents and teachers of St Peter’s sent a very special message of support to all the families in Haiti affected by the earthquake, raising a fantastic £4,245.76! Here’s Lynda from CAFOD Portsmouth with children from St Peter’s. St Peter’s Primary School, Waterlooville May 2010
  3. 3. Mylnhurst had two weeks of brilliant fundraising at school where they raised £2,000 for the people of Haiti. Pupils brought in their pocket money, parents held coffee mornings, and with the help of local photography experts the school also sold photos to parents to raise money. Mylnhurst Preparatory School, Sheffield May 2010
  4. 4. Pupils at St Thomas More held a ‘Hats for Haiti’ day at school. They were in local newspapers and they even appeared on BBC1's The One Show to talk about their great idea. They raised £716.48. St Thomas More Primary School, Norwich May 2010
  5. 5. Children in Holy Family & St Michael's (left) collected £300 by filling up empty tubes of Smarties. More Haiti stars May 2010 St Mary's Catholic Primary School in Bath raised £2500 for Haiti. They held cake sales, organised a ‘bring and buy’ toy sale and had school concerts!
  6. 6. May 2010 Pupils at St Joseph's worked with their local parish to raise £282.69 during Lent! They paid to dress as bees on non-uniform day and also bought knitted bees that were kindly made by Mrs Geraldine Bates in their parish. St Joseph’s, Fishponds, Bristol
  7. 7. Pupils at St Winefride’s supporting Give it up! during Lent were in their local newspaper after dressing up as bees to raise money for bee keeping communities in Uganda. St Winifride’s Primary School, Neston
  8. 8. Pupils at St Thomas More made beehives in Art, and sang about bees in choir to raise money! May 2010 St Thomas More, Havant
  9. 9. Jessica (left) gave up her bed for Lent to raise money for the people of Haiti who lost their homes. She raised over £1000! Charlie (above) raised money for Lent by giving up biscuits. Here he is wearing his sticker to show people what he was doing for Lent. May 2010 Dominic (left) transformed his uniform for CAFOD. His school in Macclesfield raised £600 during Lent for Give it Up! More CAFOD stars!

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