The college’s Charity Week this year is taking place between Monday 7th December and Friday 11th December with Non-Uniform Day being held on Friday 11th December. The cost is £1.00 and you can decide which charity you would like to support. BTEC Public Services students will also be collecting money throughout the week for Help For Heroes, Yorkshire Air Ambulance and West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service.
Wear a onesie, or your PJs to support Type One Diabetes Awareness!
Type One Diabetes is a condition in which a person’s pancreas doesn’t produce any insulin. This can occur at any age, but usually before the age of forty. They need funds to support people with diabetes and also to raise awareness to it.
Dress up like you’re from another decade, e.g. 60’s, 70’s, 80’s!
Age UK tries to work with elderly people over sixty to ensure they are inspired and have support. They want people to feel safe, comforted and feel as though they can still live a wonderful life.
Wear pink and raise money for those with cancer
Cancer Research wants to beat cancer! They live by the slogan, "let’s beat cancer sooner!" By wearing pink, you will be aiding scientists and their research to find a cure to cancer.
Any Christmas clothes or fancy dress can also be worn for £1.00, if you want to support all the above charities.
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