Pupils Raise over £200 in Protest against Human Trafficking

7th January 15

Pupils from Dunottar School in Reigate have raised over £200 to show their support for victims of slavery.
Pupils Raise over £200 in Protest against Human Trafficking

In a whole-school fundraising effort, students are donating £208.20 to the A21 Campaign, which aims to prevent human trafficking, to protect those who have been trafficked and to prosecute traffickers.

 

The charity was proposed by Izzie, who said: “It’s a charity that I’ve been involved with since I was twelve.  As well as money, more awareness needs to be raised about the A21 Campaign and what they do.”

 

The students paid to wear their own clothes to school and attend a pantomime, which was written by the lower sixth.

 

Head teacher Rowena Cole commented: “Although the day was great fun and the pantomime included some striking guest appearances from teaching staff, the serious issue of human trafficking is an important one for us all to be aware of.  I am pleased that Izzie chose to bring it into sharp focus as part of her on-going work to support the A21 campaign.”

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