After a big year of fundraising through rock concerts, bun sales, table quizzes and much more, Portadown College charity: Lifeline made a number of presentations to local charities in the community.

Presentations included

  • A presentation from Beth Brown to Kate Dawson – Reach Mentoring – £460 raised at the Colour Run
  • Emma Lewis presented a cheque to Colleen Milligan – Air Ambulance NI – £740 raised at the Colour Run and year 13 Table Quiz
  • Daniel Moorcroft presented a cheque to Mrs Symington – the Brain Tumour Charity – £560 raised at the Colour Run and bun sale
  • Kiara McClelland presented a cheque to Rachel Smith – Cancer Focus – £330 raised at the year 14 group project and the Rock Concert
  • Aimee Kennedy presented a cheque to Angela Litter – Ripples Special Olympics – £330 raised at the year 14 group project and the Rock Concert
  • Sarah McAlpine presented a cheque to Evangeline Millar – Helping Hands – £330 raised at the year 14 group project and the Rock Concert
  • Kiara McClelland presented a cheque to Mark Knox – Aspire – £330 raised at the year 14 group project and the Rock Concert
  • Helen Kane will present a cheque to Sarah Coghlan – Exodus – £330 raised at the year 14 group project and the Rock Concert
  • Kathryn Bond presented a cheque to Pauline Marshall – Abaana – £330 raised at the year 14 group project and the Rock Concert
  • Peter Douglas presented a cheque to James McCaffrey – Southern Area Hospice – £280 raised at the year 13 Table Quiz

In addition to these presentations, £110 was raised for Cure4Cam, £110 was donated to Project Romania, £766 has been already donated to Concern Fast and the College Lifeline charity continue to sponsor the education of three children through Plan International.

Students also work alongside the community in a range of projects throughout the year including their Santa Trail for infants, Senior Citizens’ Concert and their visits to Care Homes.
 

See more photos on Extra Curricular – Lifeline Page.

Year 11 Activity Day Wednesday 19th September 2018