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Girls Aim to Retrak Street Kids

Wednesday, 28 September 2016

A non-uniform day at Bolton School Junior Girls' School has raised £661.53 for Retrak, a Stockport-based charity who help transform the lives of street children in Africa and South America. In a healthy competition, different year groups competed against each other to see who could raise the most funds.

Retrak works to enable street children move from a life of vulnerability, exclusion and poverty to a life within a positive family or community. Working work with children and family members, they aim to ensure everyone is as healthy, emotionally well, safe, educated and as economically independent as possible. 

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Charity representatives at Hesketh House proudly display their big cheque for Retrak

Charity representatives at Hesketh House proudly display their big cheque for Retrak