Many thanks to PoSH for organising a fantastic Christmas Raffle for school funds with approx. £1000 raised (before expenses) and to all who bought tickets and supported the raffle.
PoSH in partnership with school leadership were successful in their most recent grant application for 16 Apple iPad 6s and also raised £500 through the Santa Sunday Fundraiser on Sunday 1st December. This brings autumn/winter fundraising to approx. £5500. Sacred Heart PS is extremely fortunate to have a such a proactive PTA who continually go over and above to fundraise in the aim to improve educational resources for our wonderful children!
1st Prize £250 Cash Helen Daly
2nd Prize Drink Hamper Lucy Hamill
3rd Prize Food Hamper Katie Louise Poland
4th Prize Slieve Donard Spa Pass Charlie Trainor
5th Prize Cunningham Flowers Hamper Shane McVeigh
6th Prize Beauty Hamper Bobby Murdock
7th Prize Men's Grooming Product Hamper Kieran Murdock
8th Prize JR Voucher £25.00 Paula Trainor
(NB: Thanks to all local business and individuals who supported the raffle!)
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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