We are thrilled to share that we have once again joined hands with BBC Children in Need to aid their fundraising efforts in 2023.
We are honoured to have the opportunity to support them again in their remarkable mission of making a positive difference in the lives of children across the UK, especially after the success of the last year’s initiative, which raised over half a million.
This year, BBC Children in Need are calling on schools across the UK to celebrate the power of positive relationships, and the impact of these relationships in helping to support children and young people throughout the school years. Bring your whole class together on 17th November for a day of fun that will help make a huge difference.
Students and staff can raise money through a variety of activities, including non-uniform days, or by taking part in a SPOTacular challenge, such as the Pudsey Bearpees Challenge. Give what you can, every penny goes towards the children and young people who need it most.
Claire Hoyle, Director of Income & Engagement at BBC Children in Need, commented: “We’re thrilled to once again be working in partnership with ParentPay to help us support children and young people across the nation who need it most. At BBC Children in Need we’ve seen first-hand how fundraising and donations from schools have made a difference, and given young people opportunities to thrive in safe and secure environments. We’re so grateful to parents and families up and down the country who are supporting us once again through ParentPay, where donations can be made easily and safely. Every donation no matter how big or small will encourage children and young people to achieve their goals and reach their full potential. We’re enormously grateful to our supporters across the UK who continue to donate. Thank you all.”
We always love seeing schools come together to support a great cause like BBC Children in Need. To make the process of collecting donations even easier, we’re thrilled to once again offer our Donations Page feature for free (terms and conditions apply). If you’re interested in learning more, please visit: https://www.parentpay.com/children-in-need/
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