Greywood Multi-Schools Trust in Lichfield have chosen St Giles as the trust charity. Pupils from its schools Queen’s Croft High School, The Friary School and Henry Chadwick Primary School raised £600 before Christmas wearing “jolly jumpers” to school for a day.
The CEO of Greywood MST said
“The Trust is a very local trust and pledges to support local causes. I am delighted that this event has raised a significant amount to support the charity in these very difficult times. The Trust schools will take part in a number of events during the year to raise more funds for St Giles. Thank you to all the staff, governors, parents and pupils for their generous donations, it wouldn’t be possible without you.”
Beth, the Regional Fundraiser at St Giles Hospice
‘On behalf of all the team at St Giles Hospice, I would like to take the opportunity to say a huge thank you to all at the Greywood Multi-Schools Trust for raising an incredible £600.00 from your Jolly Jumper Day.
St Giles Hospice are so very grateful for the ongoing support from the Trust, and hope you all enjoyed taking part! It take a community to make a hospice, and we couldn’t do what we do without you. Thank you.’