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Solihull School

School Raises Over £24,000 For Charity

Solihull School Community helped raise over £24,000 for charity last term.

Pupils have taken part in a variety of different activities to help raise funds, from putting on performances during Junior School’s charity week, to wearing slippers to school for the day.

Some of the charities receiving their share of the £24,318.85 include Age UK Solihull, LAFF and the Brain Tumour Charity.

The Junior School raised nearly £8000 towards funding cataract surgeries in Sri Lanka. The first of these surgery camps was in Ratnapura on 13 December helping around 75 patients.

Dr Velautham Sarveswaran from the charity Assist RR said: “We would like to express our gratitude to Solihull Junior School Children, Staff and Parents for providing the funds, as well as Dr Dias Jeyasiri for volunteering to carry out the surgeries. 

“We are aiming to fund another 325 cataract surgeries using funds provided and I would like to thank Solihull Junior School for their continued support the needs in Sri Lanka.”