We had a fantastic final at Babbage’s last night, with a really good turnout despite the weather! It was great to see so many parents there supporting the teams.
All the teams did really well and I would like to congratulate everyone who took part. It has been my privilege to work with all the Charity Challenge teams over the last six months.
The results were as follows:
AFD Award for Advocacy (£1,000 and the AFD Shield for Advocacy): Queen Elizabeth II High School, representing the International Justice Mission.
Equal fourth place (£500): St Nininian’s High School, representing Advantage Africa; Ramsey Grammar School, representing Send A Cow; King William’s College, representing Chance for Childhood.
Third place (£1,750): Castle Rushen High School, representing The Leprosy Mission Isle of Man.
Second place (£2,750): Queen Elizabeth II High School, representing the International Justice Mission.
First place (£5,000 and the Frances Davidson Cup): Ballakermeen High School, representing Play Action International.
Thank you once again to our generous sponsor, AFD Software Ltd, for providing the prize fund and the amazing premises, food and support team that helped the evening to go so well.