Chesterton Village College

By | July 28, 2018

The students from Chesterton Village College in Cambridge took part in a mufty day to raise funds for the Mashi Foundation.  Thanks to Alison Bigglestone, a group of her students received a presentation about the foundation and how it came about.  They saw photos and heard about the lives of the children living in poverty in Ecuador.  At the end of the session, the students made a key ring using Tagua Nuts provided by Wapa-Wapa.  Following this session, the school offered to do a mufty day and so all the students paid to wear their own clothes on Friday 4th May.  This raised a massive amount of £653.08.  We are very grateful to Alison, Lucy Scott and the students of the school.

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