March 12th, 2013
Posted in Events
Queensgate School in Bramhall has become the first school in the county to hold a non-uniform day in aid of CALL, raising over £220.
Thursday 27th January saw CALL’s first ever non-uniform day, which the charity hopes will spread across Greater Manchester to help raise vital funds.
The Mayor of Stockport, Councillor Hazel Lees, attended the non-uniform day to speak to the children and hear about the work that CALL does in the local area.
Karen Mercer, communications and development manager for CALL, says: “We were really looking forward to our first ever non-uniform day and it went very well, the children loved the stickers we got for them! I must thank the staff and pupils at Queensgate School for hosting it.
“The funds raised will go towards the vital work CALL does in Stockport, supporting people in Stockport who have been affected by cancer.”
If you would like a CALL non-uniform day at your school, please contact CALL on 0845 123 23 29 between 9am and 4pm Monday to Friday or 7.30-10.30pm on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays. Alternatively e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.