Thank you to our school super supporters.
Local school children have been busy hopping, dressing in yellow and even breaking school rules in a range of fantastic fundraising activities to support the Hospice.
Little ones at Daisy Chain nursery in Heworth have raised an amazing £1,056 by taking part in our Easter Hop for the Hospice campaign. The tots hopped every day for a week to raise this fantastic amount and looked very cute doing it! Meanwhile, the tots at Adventures Nursery took part in a Go Yellow day.
Bishopthorpe Infant School took our special money spinner and raised just under £100, while children at Archbishop of York Junior School organised their own ‘it’s cool to break a rule’ day with a forfeit of 50p per school rule broken.
Rule breaking included wearing non-uniform, eating puddings before main courses at lunch, coloured hair, nail varnish and wearing make-up. Our mascot, Lenny Bear, paid a special visit to the school to meet the rule breakers and collect a cheque for £446.
Other schools who have supported us this year include: Carr Infant School, Escrick Primary, Rainbow Play Group, Skelton Primary, Staynor Hall in Selby and Yearsley Grove.
Thank you to all the children for their amazing support.
Click here to find out more about how your school can become a St Leonard’s Super Supporter.