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Alder Hey Children’s Charity say a big thank you!

When tasked to ‘make a difference’, students on Reaseheath College’s Level 3 Diploma in Public Services course chose to bring joy to children whose illnesses kept them in hospital over Christmas.

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They focused on helping young patients at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool, one of the country’s leading specialist hospitals, and donated well over £300 worth of Christmas presents. A committee, elected by course members, organised the whole activity including contacting the hospital, communicating with relevant departments, advertising their campaign, collecting donations and adding presents themselves. They then organised a visit to the hospital to deliver the gifts.

After receiving the gifts, Alder Hey Children’s Charity Director Clare Wright wrote to the college to say thank you to students and staff.

An extract from the letter : “On behalf of all our young patients, their families and staff here at Alder Hey, I would like to thank you for your very kind donation of various Christmas gifts for the children at Alder Hey. We really appreciate your help and support. Your support is a truly remarkable thing and really will make a lasting difference.”

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Reaseheath public services students ‘make a difference’ at Christmas

When tasked to ‘make a difference’, students on Reaseheath College’s Level 3 Diploma in Public Services course chose to bring joy to children whose illnesses will keep them in hospital over Christmas.

They focussed on helping young patients at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool, one of the country’s leading specialist hospitals, and donated well over £300 worth of Christmas presents.

Level 3 Diploma in Public Services committee members Oliver Taylor, Bethany Wood, Charlotte Wade, Louise Forster, Talitha Lovatt and Maciej Gluchowski and Course Manager Liam Salt deliver the Christmas presents to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital

Level 3 Diploma in Public Services committee members Oliver Taylor, Bethany Wood, Charlotte Wade, Louise Forster, Talitha Lovatt and Maciej Gluchowski and Course Manager Liam Salt deliver the Christmas presents to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital

A committee, elected by course members, organised the whole activity including contacting the hospital, communicating with relevant departments, advertising their campaign, collecting donations and adding presents themselves. They then organised a visit to the hospital to deliver the gifts.

Said Course Manager Liam Salt: “I’m extremely proud of all the students and how much they achieved with minimal input from me or other lecturers. They are a credit to their course, to the public services department and to Reaseheath College.

“The Alder Hey staff were genuinely grateful and couldn’t thank the students enough.”