Fundraising at Cromwell
Cromwell Community College prides itself on the generosity of its staff, students and parents. We participate within many national fundraising activities such as Jeans for Genes day , Red Nose Day, Macmillan , Cancer Research and Children in Need.
In addition the college is proud to carry out activities that support members of the local community, as well as helping specific college groups.
Some examples of fundraising efforts that have taken place include: year 11 students completing a supermarket bag pack in order to raise funds for their prom, a cakes stall to raise funds for young carers in college, sponge and pie throwing at teachers to raise funds for a local care home, competitions such as a Bake Off , raffles and guess the games in aid of child cancer research, and most recently the college participated in a Wear a Hat day also in aid of this.
Future fundraising projects will include a non-uniform day for CLIC Sargent and fun run organised by the 6th form fundraising committee – please keep a look out for additional activities and events that are taking place through our news page and diary dates.
In 2015-16 we raised £3,541 and in 2016-17 we raised £8,337. We are hoping to beat that target for this year.
There is a termly newsletter released which outlines the key events that have taken place, which charities benefit and how much is raised,
Total funds raised 2017-18 to date: