Staff, pupils and parents at Kingsbury High School have raised an amazing £1,850 for the Save the Children Ebola Appeal.
They held a quiz night on January 30 and invited the community which, along with the quiz, also included music performances by sixth formers and a raffle prize draw.
Supporting the evening with generous donations of vouchers, food and prizes were local businesses Nandos, Wiseman & Ashley Opticians, JJ Moon’s, Boots, Saracens, Wembley Stadium, Snap Fitness, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Pizza Hut, and Marks & Spencer.
The event, organised by Head of Student Development, Ms Sarah Purtill and Sixth Form students, Zoe Yerolemou and Naren Kondhia, was a huge success.
Zoe in Year 13 said “We chose Save the Children as our charity because one of the most heart-breaking facts about Ebola is that those who have it are unable to be comforted by their loved ones and no child deserves this fate.
“It was a successful night that really expressed the strength of our community to support such a worthy cause.”