Friday 1st May
As you may have seen in the news, a devastating Earthquake hit Nepal on Saturday. Children are helpless and terrified as it toppled buildings and destroying roads and infrastructure around the capital Kathmandu. More than 1800 people are reported to have died and thousands more are trapped in rubble.
Unicef is on the ground, delivering clean water and other life-saving emergency supplies for children and families. One in four of Nepal’s population are children and Unicef are urgently assessing their needs. Unicef urgently need our help so they can
help more children. That’s why we’re holding a Bring-A-Pound Day for Nepal this week.
On Friday 1st May, I am kindly asking that your child brings in a donation of £1 to help Unicef ’s relief efforts in Nepal. If we collect £55 we could provide 5 families in Nepal with clean drinking water.
Some older students will learn about the Earthquake this week during their lessons as part of this appeal and we will give them fur- ther updates as we re- ceive them from Unicef UK, ensuring that they know how their £1 is helping to keep other children safe.
Thank you in advance for your generosity.
With best wishes and warmest regards, Christopher Bosman