COLLEGE CHARITY CASH HELPS TWIN BROTHERS
The fundraising efforts of students and staff at City of Wolverhampton College in aid of local charity Promise Dreams have helped to buy specialist equipment for twin brothers with cerebal palsy.
Tutor Renata Widzisz, who teaches English to speakers of other languages, collected sponsorship for climbing Ben Nevis and, together with her students, organised a cake sale and sold Promise Dreams merchandise, raising a total of £1000.
The charity added the money to that raised by a team from Moog that also completed the Ben Nevis challenge and purchased two specially adapted trikes for six-year-olds Caleb and Callistus from Northern Ireland.
Nikki Rowley, from Promise Dreams, said: “This dream wouldn’t have been possible without the support of the staff and students from the college and the team from Moog and we can’t thank them all enough for the difference they have made to the twins and their family.”