Huge congratulations to everyone who took part in the final last night. Thank you to our sponsors, Gary and Susan Clueit, who made the event possible. A big thank you to AFD Software as well, for providing the facilities and all important technical support, and for sponsoring the AFD award for advocacy.
The results were as follows:
5th place – £500 award: QEII High School, representing the International Refugee Trust
4th place – £700 award: Castle Rushen High School, representing Hospice Africa
3rd place – £1,000 award: King William’s College, representing Gumboots UK
2nd place – £2,000 award: St Ninian’s High School, representing Tree Aid – also awarded the AFD Advocacy prize of £1,000 together with the shield for Advocacy
1st place – £4,000 award and the Frances Davidson cup: Ballakermeen High School, representing Advantage Africa
All the students completing the Charity Challenge this year have done amazing work – really well done to everyone involved.