Charity Drive 17A

28 April 2017

Throughout term 17A our students have been raising money to support the Swiss Salvation Army and their work in helping women who suffer abuse...

Every term, our Social Representative Committee (SRC) leads student efforts to raise money for a chosen charity.

For term 17A they selected the Swiss Salvation Army and, in particular, the work they do to support women who are victims of abuse.

The SRC organised various events throughout the term including a National Dress Down Day where students and faculty could wear their country or culture’s traditional clothing.

In total, the students raised 400 Swiss Francs which will go to supporting the charity’s good work.

The Salvation Army first began working in Switzerland in 1882 and use their vast network of supporters and volunteers to lead various domestic and international projects helping those in need or sufferance.

They have a special arm of the charity dedicated to supporting women who suffer from various forms of abuse including domestic violence and victims of war or violence.

We would like to thank the SRC for their hard-work in organising these events and we hope the money raised will help the Salvation Army continue its good work both in Switzerland and internationally.

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