Rainford High donates over 900 Easter eggs to the local community

Students, staff and families at Rainford High School in St Helens have come together to donate Easter eggs for local causes.

Every Easter the school encourages its community to donate Easter eggs, of any size and value, for causes who need them the most.

This year, Rainford High received over 900 chocolate eggs which will be given to local charities including The Salvation Army, St Helens Foodbank and the Saints Community Partnership.

Students and staff had the opportunity to hand deliver the eggs to the causes and find out more about each charity and how their donations will help.

One student said: “Ever since I started at Rainford High we have been donating Easter eggs to charities in and around St Helens. I’m always so proud of how many eggs we are able to collect!”

Miss Alexandra Marsh, director of business and finance at Rainford High, said: “It has been another brilliant campaign this year. I am delighted to see our wonderful community joining together and helping spread some joy and happiness this Easter.”

Principal of Rainford High, Mr Ian Young, commented: “A big thank you to our students and their families for supporting our Easter egg appeal. It is great to see our young people living the school ethos of ‘Everyone Matters, Everyone Helps, Everyone Succeeds’ and wanting to make a positive difference in the community.”

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