Students raise money for Birimghma Dogs Home Sunnyside Kennels

Kind hearted students from City of Wolverhampton College have raised more than £200 to help a charity that rescues stray dogs.

The group of six students, who are all on the Pathways Diploma in Employability Skills, collected £210 in aid of Sunnyside Kennels in Coven.

They raised the cash by organising a range of events, including an Easter egg raffle, tombola, cake sale and guess the name of the dog competition.

They also received donations of dog food, treats, toys and bedding.

Lecturer Rachel Price said: “The students worked really well together to plan, prepare and carry out the fundraising event. I am very proud of how much money they raised and the kennels were delighted with this amount.”

The one year Pathways course is aimed at young people aged between 16 and 18 who left school with few or no qualifications and want to move on to further education or employment.

To find out more about the course ring 01902 836000.

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