Warwick School Pupils Charity Fundraising
Many of our boys are undertaking fundraising activities from home, raising money for a variety of good causes, and volunteering their time.
Adam Lane (L6) has provided some information about the challenge that he will be undertaking - “I will be running/cycling 100km across 10 days with a weighted vest on in order to raise money for the NHS in these trying times. As you all know, the NHS provide such a great service and are facing a hugely challenging situation during this crisis. With your help, we can make sure we are doing all we can to support each other, and supplying the National Health Service with the equipment they need to fight off this horrific virus. Please give what you can and be kind to all those who you are in contact with, so we can get through this together. Stay safe!”
Further information and donations can be made to https://www.gofundme.com/f/1zt2ct1tw0?utm_medium=copy_link&utm_source=customer&utm_campaign=p_na+share-sheet&rcid=37ba2cf521c44e74ae47f39a4870ccc8
Osian (Y9), Rhys (Y8) and Ifan (Y5) Mulligan and 2 year old brother Idris are walking 421,000 steps (or the length of Wales!) to raise money for the Noah's Ark Children's Hospital charity. They are aiming to collectively hit their step count in lots of fun ways, including walking, running, football and kitchen discos. You can track their progress and donate via their Just Giving page https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/mulligan-boys
Thuwaaragan Vivekananthan (Y9) has volunteered as a campaigner for Medic Mentor UK, to raise awareness of their fundraising efforts for their Doctor's Hardship Fund. Medic Mentor are a non-profit social enterprise made up of a UK-wide network of doctors, medical students, secondary students, parent and teachers. They have partnered with the Royal Medical Benevolent Fund (the Doctor's Charity) to set up a hardship fund to support working doctors through this difficult period. Further information can be found on their website https://medicmentor.co.uk/