Heolddu Comprehensive School came second in a 'First Give' school competition, winning a whopping £250 for young cancer patients.
'First Give' work in partnership with secondary schools to help students identify social issues in their area, and use their skills to support the local charities that address them. Pupils are given the opportuinty to advocate for their chosen charity and compete for grant money to support the worthy causes.
The inspirational school competition showcased an array of pursuasive presentations, which were judged by an external panel on their knowledge, creativity and delivery.
Supporting young lives
The pupils from Heolddu Comprehensive School, in Caerphilly, chose to support CLIC Sargent as their partner chairty, as cancer had affected all of their lives in different ways.
Their fantastic presentation showcased the important role that CLIC Sargent plays in supporting young lives and limiting the damage cancer causes beyond their health.
And the hard work paid off as they were awarded second place, winning a fantastic £250 for young lives against cancer!
CLIC Sargent Fundraising Engagement Manager Mairi Wilson said: "The group were great to work with, they were so enthusiastic and engaged.
"A huge well done to them for coming second in the competition and winning £250 for CLIC Sargent. This money could pay for a family to stay in one of our Homes from Home for over a week. Congratulations!"