Easter Treats for Homeless Aid
Girls' Division Charity

This year, Bolton School Girls’ Division decided to once again support Homeless Aid UK’s Easter Appeal. Thanks to the generosity of pupils and their families, approximately 500 eggs were donated by the school ahead of the Easter break.

Homeless Aid is a charity that supports the homeless population, with volunteers aiming to eradicate homelessness through impactful services and advocacy efforts. They provide essential support, such as food hampers and clothing, to those facing poverty. The charity is sustained entirely by donations and the generosity of the local community.

The donated Easter eggs will be given to families who have very little as part of the support Homeless Aid is offering to 1,000 families in Bolton.

5 Bolton School Girls' Division pupils standing in front of a large and full 'Easter Appeal' display of Easter eggs, featuring a colourful array of boxed chocolate eggs.

A set of shelves full to bursting with varied and colourful boxed Easter Eggs, above which the words 'Easter Appeal' have been stuck to the wall in an arch, with images of colourful eggs stuck under the words and to the side.

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