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Pupils Embrace Giving Season By Raising Over £1,900 For Charity

Pupils standing in hall by stairs, around lit up Christmas tree with presents underneath the tree. Christmas decorations going up the banister of stairs.

Pupils at the High School of Dundee have truly embraced the joy of giving this Christmas by raising more than £1,900 for charity.

A total of £1,921.37 has been counted so far, coming from:

  • The Staff Charity Christmas Card, which raised £322 for Perth First Responders
  • The Interact Candy Cane Sale, which raised £535.94 for Ataxia UK
  • The Junior Years Christmas Card Sales, which raised £880 for Be More Ruby
  • The Rotakids Lunchtime Christmas Crafts Club, which raised £54.30 for Help for Kids
  • The F5/6 Interact Skorts and Shorts Sports Matches, which raised £129.13 for Dundee Dragons

This figure will soon rise as we receive fundraising totals for our Junior Years Nativity (donations to the Archie Foundation), Carol Service (Help for Kids) and Winter Concert (Transition Dundee).

Pupils enjoying our Skorts vs Shorts match

The School has also donated 290 Christmas presents to the Help for Kids Christmas Toy Appeal, supporting children that need it most this winter.

We’d like to thank everyone who donated or contributed in any way to our charitable efforts this year. Your support is greatly appreciated!

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