Yavneh Manchester students ’GIFT’ their time for care home residents.

13/11/19Yavneh Manchester students ’GIFT’ their time for care home residents.

In their weekly GIFT lunch ‘n’ do sessions, Year 11 Yavneh girls in Manchester made rainbow stained glass window decorations to add colour and some cheer to the communal areas and bedrooms of residents at Heathlands Care Home.

Pupil Isabella Goldman said “It was such a fun and creative activity and it made us feel so happy to know that our creations will give the elderly residents something bright and colorful to look at.”

GIFT run over 1000 education sessions each year in schools across London and Manchester inspiring and educating students to be more giving in their everyday lives. GIFT’s education sessions involve more than 32,000 student participations and facilitate more than 50,000 acts of giving.

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"No-one has ever become poor by giving"
Anne Frank