Form Charity Partners

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Hampton boys have selected three new charities to support during this academic year:  SPEAR, Anthony Nolan, and StreetInvest.

Throughout the year, Hamptonians will engage in a range of charitable events: alongside Mufti Days, our senior rugby and football players will pitch their skills against the LEH netball and lacrosse teams, the Lower School will vie for top prize in the Christmas Quiz and Upper Sixth Formers will swap business dress for all manner of outfits in their annual fancy dress competition.

Mr Tom Rigby, Form Charity Coordinator, encouraged the boys to come up with lots of new fundraising ideas explaining that they can make a real difference with the money that they raise:

We’re delighted to be supporting three such worthy causes this School year and grateful that each Form Charity partner took the time to explain to our boys in Assembly about the work they do for the community.

More information on the 2017 Form Charities

SPEAR: a charity working with homeless people in and around Richmond and Merton.  Since 1987, they have offered services to thousands of homeless and vulnerable people, successfully transforming lives and supporting many of their service users to the point that they have achieved total independence.

Tuesday 17 October:  SPEAR will host a screening of Daisy May Hudson’s critically acclaimed documentary on how her family was made homeless – Half Way. The screening is at St James Church Hampton Hill, 18.30.  To book:

Anthony Nolan:  The charity matches individuals willing to donate their blood stem cells or bone marrow to people with blood cancer and blood disorders who desperately need lifesaving transplants.

StreetInvest: StreetInvest is a global charity which exists to create positive sustainable change for street children across the world.   

Watch their video here:  Streetinvest