The first teams have been confirmed for the final of the One World Charity Challenge 2022.
We had a very close run in-school competition at King William’s College and I would like to thank everyone who took part for the amazing engagement they showed with the work of their charities. The results are below:
Chance for Childhood: Finalist
Pahar Trust: awarded £350
Mother’s Union Isle of Man: awarded £250
African Promise, Koru Hospital Fund, S.A.L.V.E. International and Global Action Nepal: awarded £150 each
The final at St Ninian’s High School was also very close and all the teams demonstrated good knowledge of and enthusiam for the work of their charity. The results were:
Advantage Africa: Finalist
Hands of Hope, Flying Seagull Project and Action Village India: awarded £200 each.
The finalists join the teams from Ramsey Grammar School, representing Send A Cow, and Castle Rushen High School, representing the Leprosy Mission Isle of Man.
The above awards were made possible as a result of the amazing generosity of our sponsor, AFD Software Ltd.