Harvey, a Year 4 at St Andrew’s school, has been able to #makeadifference for charity by doing a sponsored run. He first had the idea way back before the first lockdown, but has only recently been able to make it happen!
Harvey decided to raise money for the Cinnamon Trust, a charity which helps to care for the pets of the elderly and terminally ill. He knows how important they are, because they helped care for his Nan’s dog before she died.
He knows that raising money for charity is more fun with friends. He said “I started with Thomas because he’s my best friend so I knew he’d join in. Then I persuaded Frankie to join in. Noah head about it and wanted to help because he loves animals, and Austin just loves to exercise!” Together they produced posters to raise awareness, encourage people to donate and invite other children to come and watch,
They had to work hard when they did their run in some rare May sunshine! The boys did 15 whole laps of our Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA). Together, they managed to raise a whopping £178. We’re very, very proud of them.