Students at South Cheshire College Sell Off Festive Treats For ActionAid

Enterprising students joined forces in the run up to Christmas to help a young girl in Tanzania through Actionaid.

South Cheshire CollegeThe Travel and Tourism group sold off festive treats including Christmas biscuits, biscuit tree decorations and cakes to staff and students at South Cheshire College.

Students will use the money they make to help sponsor six-year-old girl Pili through the Actionaid programme.

The sponsorship helps her to access education and other services such as clean water and medical care.

Actionaid is an international company which works with over 15 million people in 45 countries and donations help to transform people’s lives and fight poverty and injustice around the globe.

Travel and Tourism Tutor Tim Grey said:
“The students decided to sell off a range of products with a festive theme to raise money for Pili and Actionaid.

We have been sponsoring Pili for some time now and students are keen to ensure she gets all the help and support she needs over in Tanzania.

We are very grateful to all staff and students who gave generously to the cause and hopefully, picked up a pre-Christmas treat at the same time.”

For more information about Travel and Tourism courses and fundraising activities at South Cheshire College, please call 01270 654654 or visit www.scc.ac.uk

Travel and Tourism students sold off festive treats for Actionaid.

Travel and Tourism students sold off festive treats for Actionaid.