Worcester Food Bank has received 250 Easter Eggs as part of our Easter Egg Appeal.
Between 27th February and 23rd March, students from all year groups and staff showed their generous side by bringing in chocolate eggs to school for donation, which Worcester Food Bank will now distribute to families in time to be enjoyed over the Easter weekend.
The appeal was organised by the heads of the school’s houses – Karen Griffiths, Maria Long, Ana Maria Kalaj and Matthew Chauhan – who were delighted with the response from the students.
Matthew Chauhan commented:
“There are many families in our local area who are struggling at the moment and have to rely on Worcester Food Bank. We’re delighted to have supported this invaluable service and help deliver some treats this Easter.”
Karen Griffiths added:
“A massive thank you to everyone who donated an Easter Egg – with a special mention to the students and staff from my house, Goodrich, who donated the most eggs out of our four school houses. It was great to see our school community pull together – the generosity and compassion shown by our students, their families and my colleagues never fails to surprise me.”
Information about how to support the Worcester Food Bank can be found on its website – https://worcester.foodbank.org.uk/.