Last week, the Juniors took part in the annual Harvest Festival, donating tinned and dried food for those in need.
This year’s theme was the ‘Heart of Giving’, and in a service delivered by Lay Chaplain Tim Young, pupils were encouraged to:
Give an ‘I love you’
Give an ‘I’m sorry’
Boys collected food for the Hammersmith and Fulham Foodbank. Then a week later, a handful of pupils visited the centre to deliver and sort the School’s collection. While there, each bag donated was weighed and the boys sorted the food into various categories. The donation came to a whopping total of 1.2 tonnes of food! Lower Third pupil Ed McFie said the trip made him consider ‘what more I could be doing to help’. The Hammersmith and Fulham Foodbank were very grateful for the donation and shared their delight on their Facebook page.
Well done to all the boys and the parents and friends who donated to this important cause.
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