Saturday 1 December was a wonderful evening at Godolphin School as the girls took part in a Charity Social. The aim of the evening was to celebrate all that’s been done for various charities and also the Peer Education Project, an initiative from the Mental Health Foundation.
Below are some quotes from the girls throughout the evening:
"Going to a school like Godolphin, I know I am extremely privileged . I believe that everyone should have a chance to have a successful life , surrounded by loving supportive people. However that can't happen unless you make a change, because not every thing can be left to the rest of the world to do."
"I started doing charity work so that I would have the experience of running a ' business'. I liked selling my work for a good cause"
"I get a feeling of fulfillment and contentment knowing that I might have made someone smile, something that most of us take for granted"
"It doing something worthwhile and knowing that I'm doing something good."
" My cousin was involved with a charity...I went and saw the amazing work they do ...and started a club in Godolphin to raise money."