Wycombe High School students raise £6,578 for charities

Generous students at a Wycombe High have now raised more than £6,500 for six local and national charities.

That’s the amount raised so far this school year by students, after their latest fundraiser,  a hugely popular Easter Fair, raised an impressive £700 this week.

Headteacher, Nicola Renyard, said: “My congratulations to all the students for raising such an impressive total.

“One of Wycombe High’s core values is ‘Generosity of Spirit’, so it’s wonderful to see so much being raised by students for the six House Charities they’ve chosen.

“And, of course, it doesn’t end there because the school year has still got another term to run. So, it will be interesting to see what the total is at the end of next term”.

The six charities benefitting from the students’ fundraising are: Bucks Animal Rescue Centre; Youth Enquiry Service – Wycombe (counselling and sexual health);  One Can Trust Wycombe food bank; The Smile Train (international cleft palate surgery); The Rainbow Trust (supporting families with a seriously ill child) and Action Aid (women and girls’ rights around the world, including period poverty).

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