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Charity Ball 2019

Charity Ball 2019
Charity Ball 2019
Our Charity Ball was held at UCS on Saturday.  It was a lovely evening and we raised over £20,000 for our school charities.  Thanks to all our parents and staff for making this such a successful event.  Further images can be seen on our school website:

The charities we are supporting this year are:

The Cardinal Hume Centre enables people to gain the skills they need to overcome poverty and homelessness. The Centre gives homeless young people, families in need and local people the support they need to realise their full potential.
L’Arche London promotes the gifts of people with and without learning disabilities and enables them to take a full part in L’Arche and society. We are committed to high quality support and to developing our relationships with the local neighbourhood and professional services.
For almost 20 years Kidasha has been working to reduce the causes and impact of entrenched poverty and social exclusion, stopping exploitation and violence against children in Nepal. Kidasha was founded by an Old Antonian Douglas Maclagan.
Founded in 1859, the Catholic Children’s Society is one of the oldest charities supporting disadvantaged children and families in the UK. Mgr. Phelim is Chair of the Society.
Mary’s Meals provides one good meal to some of the world’s poorest children every school day.
St. Anthony’s Bursary Fund: In any school community, parents can find themselves experiencing financial difficulties: serious illness, redundancy, and a host of other pressures can have a profound impact on family finances and a pupil’s education. The Alpha Plus Group has set up the St. Anthony’s School Bursary Fund, whose aim is to develop a fund to assist pupils whose families face such crises and to alleviate stress and disruption of a pupil’s education at a critical time in their development.

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