A charity set up by young people in west London to help impoverished Kenyan schoolchildren has gone trans-Atlantic.
Under the guidance of their home tutor, Ken Surridge, they raised a remarkable £30,000 in the charity’s first year to provide proper meals for pupils and prevent hunger hampering their education.
Now students in Delaware, on the east coast of the US, have got behind the cause, raising $6,025 (about £3,900) for the charity by putting on a dance show.
The International Dance Fusion Team at the Charter School of Wilmington showcased moves from across the globe at their ‘World’s Fair’ fundraiser to earn the impressive sum.
Mr Surridge said: "We are extremely grateful to the team of US students for their support of our work. It will enable us to continue to support some of the poorest children in the world."
For more about the charity’s work, visit www.porridgeandrice.co.uk.