Sheffield primary school help to raise 1,000 items after Christmas foodbank plea
A team of final year journalism students have rallied an entire community to help feed families in need this Christmas.
The ’12 Tins for Christmas’ campaign was initially part of a third year module, where the students engaged in communities through their journalism.
The North Current team decided to personally try and raise two trollies worth of food for Burngreave foodbank with the help of Byron Wood Primary.
They smashed their target, collecting almost 1,000 items in just two weeks – 700 of which came from the primary school in Burngreave.
Satadru Ashton, principal of Byron Wood said:... read more
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