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How you school can get involved with St Oswald's

There are many ways that schools can get involved with St Oswald's Hospice and help support local people with life-limiting conditions. You could get your class involved in a 'Bag It' challenge, and ask your students to bring in one bag of quality used goods, such as clothes, books and toys that we can re-sell in our charity shops.

Alternatively, you could order some beanies to sell in school to fundraise for us. We have cute dogs, cats and magical unicorns available on a 'sale or return' basis. For students aged 14+ we offer volunteering opportunities in our charity shops across the North East, where you can gain valuable experience for your CV and meet new friends at the same time.

One of our speakers could also come to your school to speak to you about the work we do in the local community and how you could get involved. We can also help add to the curriculum by tailoring talks to your class's needs and providing relevant resources. Or we can talk to your class about being an active member of the community through charitable giving and recycling.

Interested in getting your school involved?

Get in touch and a member of our fundraising team will contact you

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