The St Helena Hospice £10 Challenge encourages all young people, school students, youth clubs, and community groups to use their entrepreneurial skills to grow a £10 investment into as much money as they can for St Helena Hospice.
The challenge supports a broad range of subjects particularly maths and English, and also helps students to develop a number of skills including communication, team work, leadership and creativity. All of these help support young people in preparing for their next step in education and the world of employment.
Our £10 challenge is aimed at young people in school years 6 and above and is open to primary and secondary schools, as well as youth clubs, community groups and after school clubs.
Each year we are amazed by the creative fundraising ideas that emerge; from investing the £10 into ingredients for a cake sale, to turning their existing hobbies into a business – the possibilities are endless.
A certificate will be awarded to each team upon completion.
For more information and to get your school, youth club or community group involved please contact our fundraising team on 01206 931 468 or email email@example.com
Students from Littlegarth School raised more than £7,000 for St Helena Hospice!
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