Fishy Fundraiser at Doncaster School

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Primary School in Doncaster held a fish-themed fundraiser in aid of CAFOD.

Doncaster School

Children at the school decorated fish with coins

Pupils from reception to Year 6 took part and the event raised approximately £305 for CAFOD’s Lent appeal.

Children were asked to bring in a coin from and some pupils helped draw fish with scales for the coins to be placed on.

Year 3 also raised money by selling buns and biscuits, raising £52.

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Pupils at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Primary School

CAFOD’s Lent appeal focused on the story of a Zambian woman called Florence and the theme of ‘turning little fish into big fish’.

In Lent, CAFOD worked with communities in Zambia. It is estimated that over half of Zambians live below the poverty line, meaning many families do not have enough money to meet basic needs such as food, housing and clothing.

CAFOD’s partners in Zambia provide training in fish farming, beekeeping and crop farming as well as helping individuals within communities develop business skills.

Thank you to all schools and parishes who held fundraising events in aid of CAFOD during Lent. Without your generosity, our work wouldn’t be possible.

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About cafodhallam

CAFOD is an aid and development agency dedicated to improving the lives of the poorest in our world. In the UK we work to educate people about the causes of poverty, inspire them to campaign to address issues of social justice and inequality, and support them in fundraising activities. Overseas we work with local partners in 40 countries in South America, Africa and Asia to deliver long-term development projects and emergency aid. CAFOD's headquarters are in London and CAFOD Hallam is the local office for Sheffield and the surrounding area.

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