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Inspire your children to raise money; it is a great way to teach them enterprise, endeavour and compassion. Here is a are some fundraising ideas Broomwood Hall School children have done:
Many of the children bake and sell cakes on the common, while others take advantage of their street party to sell drinks and home made goodie.
Two brothers completed the 3 Peaks Challenge whilst another child raised over £600 by cutting her very long hair much shorter.
A brave child from class 3 completed a triathlon, swimming 580m, running 20.4km and cycling a whopping 55km!
Many children sell homemade Christmas cards, cookies and reindeer food.
Others sell their toys at jumble sales.
Two siblings made and sold Christmas present tags.
If you would like to raise funds for St George’s, do get in touch. It may be that you are climbing a mountain, running a marathon, hosting a coffee morning or an event. We will support in any way we can, just email: email@example.com
You may also be interested in our 'Ambassador Programme'. Where you could host an informal event (e.g. a coffee morning) to help inform others of the work we do. If you would like to find out more please contact Katie Dale-Hamilton
The Parents Association of Broomwood Hall and Northcote Lodge tirelessly fundraise for St George's, without their support we would be unable to keep the school running. Please do help them with their fundraising. All proceeds are divided between St George's and their chosen charity of the year. Events they host include:
Christmas Gift Fair
Cake Bake Sales
Purchase with Purpose
If you are time short but wish to support St George’s you can support us by doing your every day shopping via easy fundraising. Companies such as Boden, John Lewis and Amazon will give a % of your purchase to your chosen charity. Just click on the link:
Or you can purchase items for the children via our Amazon shopping list. If you wish to deliver items directly please send to 29b Sudbrooke Road, London SW12 8TQ and we will then ensure they go in the next bag that is heading out to Ethiopia. Just click on the link:
Our popular annual fundraiser the Carols by Candlelight concert took place at St Luke’s Church on Tuesday 3 December 2019. It was truly a wonderful programme of music, words and carols and we were so pleased to have the patron of NAEF, HRH Princess Beatrice of York and her fiancé in attendance.
The London Nordic Choir began the evening with the atmospheric and traditional candlelit Lucia procession. They were joined on stage by the award-winning mezzo soprano, Friedereke Krum who not only wowed with her voice but brought a glamorous touch to the evening, as did soprano, Alys Roberts from Opera Holland Park. We also welcomed performances from Game of Thrones actress, Natalie Emmanuel, renowned author Nadia Cohen and a moving piece inspired by WW1 composed by Adrian Munsey. To view photos, click here
The Luss fair at Luss, near Loch Lomond, raises funds for St George's School, find out more below.